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thank your dir your answer.
Have a Look please the following comments:
The link is wrong.
Could you explain what your question is, instead of pointing to some other discussion that doesn't mention dual track?
i am Not realy uptodate regrding this topic.
I have to implement this process in jira. https://blog.glidr.io/dual-track-agile-but-easier-478474a5361d
Ok, that makes sense now, thank you.
I'm not familiar with glidr, so I'd suggest you do what the last paragraph of the article suggests.
I quote "Solve the product-engineering gap once and for all. Try GLIDR for free and if you’re a Jira user, install the integration and learn more from our Help Center. (https://help.glidr.io/)"
Ok, then what are you looking for?
Most of us don't do that, you might want to think about engaging a partner or consultant, or talking directly to Glidr instead of an Atlassian place - most of us probably can't help you with Glidr. (Also, most of us will start with the question "what are you trying to do, and what have you tried from the Glidr docs?")
I could not use the Plugin from glidr. (Pur Company do Not alow That us) I Heard That the implemetation of Dual Track is Possible also without any Plugins.
I think Advanced Roadmaps provides the ability to implement this sort of thing, it's just one way to look at sets of team's work and have an overall plan for them. I'd look at https://www.atlassian.com/software/jira/guides/roadmaps/advanced-roadmaps