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Showing interim milestones in 'Team Calendar'

Hi, My first time here.

New to using Team Calendar.

Quick question - what's the way to show interim milestones along the way of a Version?

For instance, our version/release x.y is going LIVE on 24th May.

There's various milestones along the way, like - locked for changes, testing complete, code lock down etc. These are generally fixed # of days before the 'release date' (or version due date) i.e. always 11, 7 & 4 days before the release date.

I've been trying to show all of these interim milestones on the calendar.

HOW?

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You could use Jira issues with due dates at these points and update them once every release cycle. Then display them using a Jira calendar?

Thanks Matthew. My idea was to automate this whole thing - such that when a release is delayed, the interim milestones are also shifted automatically.

I do like your idea but I think it's about the same as using a manual calendar (like 'events').

@Nitin, there isn't a way to automate this right now. I think the best answer is what Matthew suggested.

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