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I've seen this question about Structure & Workload Analysis For Complex SW Projects (Agile) and have created a structure across multiple projects.
The question is how to check the progress of all the tasks at top-level nodes of the hierarchy against a pre-set deadline date?
Let's say, I've configured project 1 to have started progressing today this sprint. But project 2 will will only start to progress next sprint. The deadline will be the end of three sprints away. Both project 1 and project 2 are top-level folders. How to see the agregate time remaining on each project against a set deadline in three sprints?
In the columns, one can select time-estimate, time-spent, time-remain to track progress against the percentage of completion. Now I'd like to add probably also the calendar time that has elapsed since all projects started or individual started, time left till the deadline date. So I can compare the time-remain against the time-left. Is this the way how you should do it? And how exactly on the structure tool?
Great! So when will the Gantt extension be released?
Yes, I eventually created a deadline-only issue which carries only a due-date field. Then add that issue to the structure, and add the column for "due in" so the days left will be displayed on the same page of how much work is left. Also group issues for each person into a folder. Thus just compare the remaining-estimate against the "due in" column, it gives pretty much what I wanted.
Thanks for the formula idea, sure I'll look at that too.
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