My company is evaluating the Soyatec Gantt plugin -- we're considering it for use in an organization of ~100 engineers where we're already heavily using JIRA to track everything from minor changes to large projects. Right now we're only tracking resolution, and we'd like to move to tracking schedules and progress.
I'd like to know if this plugin supports the following workflow, which represents our most basic needs:
1. Project manager takes a list tickets assigned to an individual (which can include tickets spread across different releases, different sub-tasks, etc. in the project), and sets a global priority and duration for each one.
2. The plugin automatically schedules all of the tasks based on global priority and assignee.
3. If priority or durations change, the plugin automatically updates the schedule.
I couldn't find a way to use the plugin in this way -- it seems like the closest solution is to create finish-to-start dependencies manually between all of the different tasks.
Is anybody aware of a way to get the plugin to work in this flow?
Hey there, dlau.
I noticed that it has been a while since you received any response to the question that you have here. I would suggest you to try to get in touch with the respective plugin vendor to address the question that you have here:
Hope this helps.
You should keep the issues in auto-scheduling state. Here is the detail information:
The contact of plugin Vendor is wrong. Please contact Soyatec support firstname.lastname@example.org.
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