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The timeline feature in Work Management projects is not as full-featured as the roadmap in software projects. For one, tasks do not roll-up to their parent epics. There does not seem to be a method to group tasks together using versions either. Compare:
I thought I was going to be clever and create a "master" project for a team where they could view nice roadmaps for their projects. Nope, roadmaps only work if the issues are in the current project only.
I'm guessing there is no other work-around.
It feels like JWM projects are a little half-baked. I already have users asking if they can just use the competing product that we migrated them away from.
Yes, it's clear that it is a work in progress. It's a bit frustrating that even though we pay for the full Jira Software platform that we can't make use of some of those features. In fact, in a certain way, some things are harder for us because I'm not allowed to grant our users the ability to create JWM projects.
Is there any update on this? It is really a pitty that these functionalities are quite different between both setups.
One thing i wonder: why is the Roadmap functionality (JSW) not copied over to the JWM-"Timeline" functionality? (then this was immediately the same functionality as in JSW)
Another question: will, on one point in time, both the Roadmap (in JSW) and Timeline (in JWM) become (nearly) the same as functionality (so both become as transparent as possible between both setups JSW & JWM)?
From UX-standpoint, i presume that would be the best (so when people/teams/companies move from possibly JSW to JWM the "transfer" would be very "light" on change)?