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Roll up dates in Advanced Roadmaps

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Could someone explain to me please how roll up dates work in Jira.
I do not have start date field. Only due date field. Based on what does the system calculate rolled up dates. Could somebody explain it looking  at my rooled up dates?

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Dave Mathijs
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Nov 14, 2023

Hi @BenWade 

See What are roll-ups in Advanced Roadmaps? for more info.

The latest Due Date of the standard/base issue type should roll-up to the "Epic" level.

Due dates of the "Epic" issue type should roll-up to the level above (as defined in the issue hierarchy).

This looks like:

Plans - Roll-up Dates.png

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