Time tracking isn't available yet on Next-Gen projects but is on the short-term roadmap. You can check out what's on the roadmap and what's recently shipped here: atlassian.com/roadmap
I'd also recommend checking out this Community article where one of our Product Managers discusses what's available in Next-Gen projects and what hasn't been shipped yet.
I've had a chat with the development team and while this feature isn't close enough to deployment to make it on the public Next-Gen roadmap, it is still in the works! Unfortunately that's all the info I can provide at this point. Do keep an eye on the roadmap page to see when this gets closer to shipping.
Daniel | Atlassian Support
All the information we are able to share at this time is available on the roadmap page. Features are added to the "Coming soon" section when release is imminent. We're not able to share specific dates or targets for features not currently on the roadmap, so keeping an eye on that page is the best way to get information about when features are about to ship.
+1 Absence of Time Estimate is like rolling out a new car without steering wheel; Very difficult for management to see project timelines and make informed decisions regarding priorities and resource allocation/management.
How hard is it to convert this lame duck to a Kanban board?
+1 time estimations are importante and crucial.
My Client : How much time this feature need to be available ?
Me : You can see in jira , it's about 4 storypoints.
My Client : heuu...... humm, I see but what is St... heuu,ok pleaselet me know when the feature is available.
I agree. If features that you've come to depend on in a classic project are not available in a next-gen project, then migrating doesn't make sense. Furthermore there seems to be a good deal of risk involved in transitioning if you are not fully aware of all the features that might be missing or not behave as they previously did.
We are kicking off research into original time estimates in the next 2 weeks, so we can build it for next-gen projects!
If you're keen to have a chat with us (we will thank you with a gift voucher for your time), please book a chat with us at https://calendly.com/iteong/jira-software-next-gen?month=2019-10
Note that there will be limited availabilities in my schedule, so if you're keen to chat, please schedule something as soon as you can.
Many thanks and looking forward to chat with you soon!
Product Manager, Jira Software
How can you work with a project task management whitout original time estimate ?
Story poinst could be useful, sometime, but original time estimate is a MUST.
Time tracking is enable, but whitout original time estimate ? what is the goal ?
I think Next gen project is not ready to use, ...
I was getting my team to switch over to next-gen. Set up one project for scrum development and I now find that there is no way of input time estimate per story.
This makes it useless for project or product management. Can you please tell me how I can convert a story point to a time frame? I get that you can edit the high-level roadmap. But now we end up just drawing whatever times we want.
I see this has been a request since late last year. Whatever happened to the agile way of actually listening to your users? Disappointed with JIRA.
+1 for this, I started using next gen recently, and besides having a roadmap in addition, I can't really see the point of using Next Gen and having all the important features from the classic version removed. Making Jira simpler means most importantly improving the user experience and flow, not just removing features.
...ollected feedback from users around the lack of shortcuts, and we’re here to address that: In next-gen projects, I miss the keyboard shortcuts badly. This is particularly true on the Board, but also i...
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