Does anybody know if it is possible in the roadmap to see not only epics but more stores/tasks linked to it? (Basically the child tasks)?
And if not, do you have any tips on how we could visualize child tasks as a timeline?
I would like to see Tasks/Subtasks in the calendar view of Roadmap as well. They are important to see when it comes to how much progress is made, how much time each task is taking, etc., but not all tasks are at Epic level, so the calendar should also show tasks, subtasks, stories, etc.
Is there a way we can see the progress of the stories too? Cos, otherwise we do not know when a story starts and when a story ends, what is the progress of the story, etc
The stories do contain sub-tasks and when these sub-tasks are marked as Done, then is it possible to view the progress at the Story level?
Morning all! You can add time journey estimates for tasks, stories and bugs on the roadmap gantt chart individually if you create a Team-Managed Board, and then enable Backlog and Sprints (found in project settings -> features). This will give you a view on the roadmap that looks like this and shows which tasks are in the current sprint (with timescales) - see attached photo.
You just need to make sure that the tasks you want on a particular timescale are included in the sprint (under the backlog tab, once you've enabled it) :)
Agree - Being able to see the child (task or story) under the epic in the calendar would really help. For a classic planning roadmap, in my epic I may have tasks which are for each quarter for example so I only want to see the task set to the date in each quarter. Currently you can only see the epic running over the whole year. You can add the start and end date fields to tasks and a story but it does not reflect onto the roadmap.
From my findings: To be able to expand an epic, you will have to add a sub task / story to that epic. Doing so will provide that arrow.
Also, the "status" and "type" filters will use the both status of the epic and its children as the data for filtering against -- leading to confusing results at times
Hi @Alexey Matveev _Appfire_ , do you know if the Roadmap feature will be enhanced so that Epics can be expanded to show subtasks?
E.g. When looking at this page https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirasoftwarecloud/roadmap-957979308.html and scrolling to the section "Configure the Jira Roadmap macro" the image used there shows expandable arrows next to the Epic titles inferring that they could be expanded. Is this possible now? or a feature to be released soon?
If not, how do I make those arrows appear? What was the intended functionality for them?
Hi @Alexey Matveev _Appfire_ Thank you for responding :) I've attached the image here, and circled the "expandable arrows)". This image appears within the Atlassian documentation (linked in the previous message). I'd like to understand what they are for and how I might leverage them.
@Alexey Matveev _Appfire_ Would it be possible to either
a) Follow this up with someone on the Next-Gen projects team? or...
b) Direct me to someone who might be able to answer that question?
I've had a look at the public roadmap and can't seem to identify that functionality either.https://www.atlassian.com/roadmap/jira-software?_ga=2.26257593.544061702.1564369105-812424191.1562650300
Thank you for your help with this query so far :)
Hi, I´m looking for the same and while I was doing some reading came across this:
its from an article released last week. It seems like it is possible but I just don´t know how to do it or it will be something available in the future. I can´t find any more info on this
According to that article from this summer it says not all features are available at this time. I think the ability to expand an epic is still TBD, it would be nice if we could get an ETA on that rollout. Not sure who else agrees with me but that view, is a much needed item.
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