Visualization of JIRA issue duration in Team Calendars?

Hi everybody,

i'm evaluating JIRA Agile and Team Calendars. From things i have seen so far in Team Calendrars is possible to visualize the duration of a Spirnt that has been created in a Scrum Board.

I'm trying to visualize also the duration of related issues to Spring (i'm using fields planned start and planned end that come bundled with Agile) but in calendar is marked the start and the end.

Is there anyway to visualize the duration of an issue or the feature is only available for Sprints?

Thanx in advance,

Kostas

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Yep there is http://cl.ly/image/1H2S0A0F1x0u select "add start and end date", then pick your two dates from JIRA.

Hey Sherif,

thanx for the help.

That's exactly what i was looking for.

Cheers,

Kostas

No problems, Kostas. Just a quick question: Can I ask why you want this? Are you visualising roadmap plans? I'm currently looking to speak to customers about how we can improve Confluence for roadmap planning. Would you be interested in giving me feedback? Email sherif at atlassian dot com.

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