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As a project manager I need to see the work load of our co-workers and often see overloads (more than 100%) on many developers.
This is because our daily practice to create JIRA Tasks shorter than a day (many of them just 2 or 4 hours) and developers work on more than one Tasks a day: 3 of 2 hours Tasks is 6 hours of work (less than thier 100% load) but in WBS-Gantt-Chart is impossible to set the Duration of a Task shorter than 1 day. That causes - with the previous example - 3 times 1 day work on the same calendar day = 300% load -> 3x overload of a resource.
Is it possible to configure WBS-Gantt-Chart for JIRA to use hours instead of day in the Duration field?
I am afraid it is not possible to configure WBS-Gantt-Chart for Jira to use hours instead of day in the Duration field. We already have the feature request and filed in our public tracker, though.
I encourage you to vote, comment, and watch the issue to get updates on it. We sincerely appreciate feedback from customers.
Let us know if you need anything else.
thank you for your answer. I voted to that issue already, but that is not exactly what I mean, in my case would be an alternative solution if we could set Duration shorter than 1d -> 0.5 day or 0.1 day. This is actually not possible.
The preffered unit is Hour, that suits much more to our planning habits.
Thank you again.
We stopped using the public tracker and migrated the requests on it to our productboard earlier this year.
The feature request below is a successor to WGCPT-11:
It is in the UNDER CONSIDERATION tab, and we are gathering feedback from customers.
And here is the equivalent request for Cloud: