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Advanced Roadmaps - capacity planning cross projects

I'm trialling the use of Advanced Roadmaps at the moment and getting stuck on some (likely straightforward) set up. 

I've created my shared teams and allocated people to them. All issues have a 'team' assigned to them. I've created a 'plan' and configured it to look at a filter query (Team = [team name here]). 

I can see my issues flushing through to the plan but am struggling to get the teams capacity coming in. The plan is just pulling one of the teams projects sprints through to the capacity plan. How would I create a sprint on the plan which can pull through issues from multiple projects? 

 

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Curt Holley Community Leader Jan 10, 2021

To create a plan with multiple projects content in it, you are best to filter the content in via Boards or the whole project (as long as the projects aren't to large), rather than using a Filter.

I find, using boards that are filtered by "Team" works well. 

Also, ensure each shared team has that same board as the "Associated issue source". 

Once this is all set-up, go to View settings of the relevant plan and Group by "Team" and ensure that the Show capacity on timeline is ticked. This will show each teams Sprints and team level capacity on your plan.

See here for more details: https://confluence.atlassian.com/advancedroadmapscloud/managing-capacity-998651192.html

Thank you Curt, that has worked a treat! 

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