To get a good overview of a schedule you would expect issues to fall directly under the related epics. I wonder why this is not the case in Jira Work Management? Or am I overlooking some configuration option(s)?
Hi @John M Funk
We have 6 projects setup through work management and want to have a clear overview of these projects via Gantt-chart. Because the timeline in JWM is not fullfilling this requirement, we need to consider other options.
As someone else mentioned somewhere in the community: "The "Timeline" feature, does not appear as robust as the Roadmap feature, especially in that I cannot re-order the issues on the list or show their connection to their related Epics."
As far as I know, we could use an add-in (e.g. structure.Gantt) or use roadmaps in JSW. In case of roadmaps in JSW, we would have to purchase JSW,and create and set up all these projects again, right?
What would you advise to do?
Melle van Keulen
You would have to create new projects in JSW, yes. But then you could bulk move/migrate the issues in your JWM projects to the new JSW projects. Then you could use the Roadmap feature.
You would need a premium subscription if you wanted to do Advanced Roadmaps and have all of the Epics across all of the projects appear in a single plan. (or use an add-on).
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