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Introducing dependency & progress for roadmaps in Jira Software Cloud


We currently run Three boards, product, DEV and QA. what would be really good is if the roadmap extensions run as a mult-board view.

Hi All, Probably the wrong place to ask this question but here goes.

I am running the Jira cloud solution for my product board, and I can display epic, tasks and sub-tasks not a problem.

But I can't display Features and stories in the same Kanban view any ideas as to how I can do this.

Great tool guys !

Thank you, will this be available for the Jira Core Cloud? 

Are there any plans for enhancing the Jira Core product?

Great to see the capability to expand epics in a project roadmap to display related issues. Thank you.

Looking forward to/would like to add my voice to the userbase asking to see some ability to add and visualise inter-issue/task dependency from the roadmap also.

I wanted to pull a quick report today for stakeholders showing them the currently "In progress" Epics only. The roadmap's filter function was really helping me with this previously and might be the major reason to use Next-Gen in the first place. However, now that child issues are showing up, it turns out I cannot filter out "To do" or "Done" Epics. As long as an Epic has one child issue matching the filter, the roadmap will display it, rendering the previously neat 5 item list (for the current release) into a list with 20+ items spanning the whole backlog.

Is there a way to turn the "Show children" feature off?

+1 for Classic projects (totally agree that next-gen projects are not usable in their current state)

Hi, is there any way to access this information via API? Not all of it, but I'd like to get the Percent Done value for an epic.

Atlassian Team: With my current project, have no need to map dependencies between epics.  I need to map dependencies between stories.

Your idea of what goes into an epic may be a best practice and a fantastic default, but it doesn't match the way the team I work with actually thinks about and organizes our work in our specific environment for this specific project. We would appreciate the flexibility to choose what makes sense in our situation.

How do you change the colors of the epics?

@aaron_deyonker-- If you're using next gen: Open the Epic so that you can see the details. You should see a color swatch to the left of the big Epic title. Just click that swatch, and choose a different color. (There are only a few choices.)

It will be nice to correlate releases in roadmap too. In my company, we plan to divide roadmap into releases.  And this will come very handy. 

Would be nice to see this available for NON next-gen projects until customize workflows and other issues are up to speed in next gen projects.

@Chris_Gaskins check out our Agile Increment Manager that gives you a view of Epics across increments. Works for both typical and NexGen projects within jira cloud:

Its free, no set up required and we would love feedback!

@Ben Sharir We've built a simple view for managing Epics across increments and it works in classic projects:

Its free and we would love feedback!

@Barb O'Connell I've just been letting some people on this thread know about a plugin we've built that works in classic project (and NexGen). Easy to visualise Epics across increments and their progress. Its free and we are keen to learn and get feedback.

@Jason Kowalewski we've built a plugin for Classic and NexGen projects that visualises Epics across increments, their progress and t-shirt size.

No set up required. It's free and we'd love feedback.

@Mark Rothfield we've built a plugin that works across Classic and NexGen projects to better visualise Epics across increments. Check it out:

It's free and no set up required. Feedback would be awesome! Thanks

@Armaan Bajwa as per your request, our easy to use plugin shows amount of completion per Epic and per increment. Check it out. Its free and easy to use:



Does anyone know why issues disappear from the roadmap view when there status is set to "Deployed to Production"?


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