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Planning and Forecasting in Jira: Part 8

Now that you’ve seen the power of the roadmaps feature in Jira, let’s compare it to other planning tools. Here’s a sample Confluence page to show the other options.

Note: The recording has no sound. Please refer to the copy provided below.
Watch: https://youtu.be/2ADcLx-7h_M

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The options shown in the video are:

  • Plan in Confluence using a static table.

    • Simply paste Jira issue URLs into the table to show real-time status.

  • Use the “Roadmap Planning” Confluence macro to create a manually updated roadmap.

  • Embed information from other applications in Confluence pages.

In this example page, there’s an embedded list of Jira issues, a Jira roadmap macro, and a Trello board.

If you have Jira Software premium or Data Center, you can also embed the “Advanced Roadmaps for Jira Plan” macro.

There are many planning options so use the technology that you’re most comfortable with and gives you the best results.


How do you use Atlassian tools to plan and forecast?

Share your tips in the comments section below.

Back to Part 1: Introduction

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