I am trying to migrate to the next-generation project.
Road map board looks very helpful but when trying to use it to manage time for a project I am not able to do what I want to
This is my use case
I have created an epic which starts on 1st March 2020 and ends on 30 June 2020
Now inside the epic, I have created 5 stories
The last story ends on 30-Aug-2020
I expect road map to show me that I won't be able to meet my epic deadline as one of the stories is going longer than epic.
Is there any way to auto compile timelines on roadmap based on the start date and end date of stories and task?
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When we use the Roadmap, Epics will show the date range and currently, the child issues don't show this information on the roadmap when we expand the Epics.
Also, the Epic won't adjust automatically if a child issue has an end date after the Epic's end date.
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Roadmap is still showing the old start date and due date for that epic. We're on classic jira project.
Can you please let us know if you've an idea? Thank you in advance.
@Chris Evans the link here: https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/what-is-the-roadmap/ so there is at least some way to show sprint timelines on the roadmap without using the advanced roadmap.
clearly shows the sprint items showing up with timelines in the roadmap. The UI that is shown is the roadmap UI and not the advanced roadmap UI. How do we see the story timeline or sprint timelines on the roadmap?
From the link that Tanner Postert pasted above, there's *one line* that indicates that issues nested under an epic show up with schedule bars only if the project/board being used is a scrum-based board. The actual text says scrum team, but I have a singular project where I have a mix of both scrum and kanban teams -- boards setup as Kanban don't show the lower-level schedule bars; boards setup as a scrum board do.
This is all on Jira Software Cloud (non-premium edition).
The hint about Kanban vs Scrum board was a good clue: it's confirmed at https://support.atlassian.com/jira-software-cloud/docs/schedule-work-for-scrum-teams-on-your-roadmap/ and at https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JSWCLOUD-18668 in the 'Update from Roadmaps team - 11 Feb 2022' section of the Description (note: the content of the 'Description' may change in the future).
Is it possible to use Zapier to track sprint changes in tickets? If so, is it possible to use Jira's API (via Zapier) to update a Jira Plan?
Not having stories/etc. update on Plans when they change sprints/etc is a big usability hole for Plans. It causes a lot of manual labor to manually keep story dates in sync between plans and roadmaps.
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