Let's say I have 5 tasks assigned to me to be completed over the course of a week. I'd like to be able to see these tasks scheduled so that they aren't overlapping - without making them dependent on each other. I can set the start date for an issue only on a per day basis. But, if I have two four hour tasks, I'd like to be able to see them scheduled consecutively for the same day.
Is this possible with ganttOnDemand?
OK, I understand. But since for rendering the issues has to be linked somehow anyway using exisitng standard Jira links is the best approach, I think. As some sort of workaround, you can choose a different than "blocks/blocked by" link for that purpose. You can't do that on your own at the moment, but I can setup this for your Jira instance if you wish so.
I have the same question as Moshe, but would be willing to use links (dependencies), if I could figure out how to, so that the start date would be relative to the end date of a predecessor. Can links do that? And if so, how?
You just need to create a "Blocks/Blocked By" dependency between issues in JIRA or using Gantt OnDemand directly and that's it. You can check the documentation for more datails here:
Also, if you don't see any dependencies on the gantt charts that are already defined, there might be an issue with your JIRA instance described here:
If that's the case, contact me directly at: support(at)wisoft.eu
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