how to control the slippage of epics due date?

Sadaf Mufti _105601_ February 23, 2024

We would like to control the epics completion on the mentioned due date. The project manager should mention the project start date at the time of creation of epic, then add the due date once it is planned in sprint, and in case the team isn't able to complete the epic as per the mentioned due date, no one can change the due date once added and an automatic notification should be generated to project manager for adding the new date in the revised end date.

 

How to achieve this? We have currently three fields for the purpose but not sure how to freeze the due date field once added and generate notification for the new date addition

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Jack Brickey
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February 23, 2024

Hi @Sadaf Mufti _105601_ , assuming you are using Company Managed Project, the Due date field is associated with the "Schedule issues" permission. So you could change the permissions for that parameter.

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February 23, 2024

FYI  - schedule-an-issue 

Sadaf Mufti _105601_ February 29, 2024

Hi @Jack Brickey thanks for the pointer. This could definitely work but this permission does not let us define requirements for different issue types.

I have to do this for Epic issue type only. but the permission will be applicable to all issue types.

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