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Best Practice for Displaying Release Schedule

We'd like to create a page that is publicly available that displays our list of releases. Ideally this has some color coding or the like because we publish our release roadmap far in advance and "lock in" the specific date about a month before the release. Is there a way to do this? I know you can put scheduled maintenance in a list format on the status page but the issue with this is the dates may change. 

Is Status page the best place to publicly display release schedules or is another Atlassian product better suited? 

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Jake Bartlett
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
May 18, 2020

Hi Sean, Jake here with the Statuspage team.

Statuspage is a tool meant for improving incident communication. Aside from the Scheduled Maintenance functionality, we don't have any specific features that would help you communicate about upcoming events/changes. 

If you want to use Statuspage for this, you could create the Scheduled Maintenance, and if the dates change, you can change those dates and update the maintenance with a note about the change. 

Alternatively, here are a couple other Atlassian tools you may want to check out:

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