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I would like to have cross-project roadmap view. Edited

Hey!

I would like to have posibility to see one big roadmap which will combine few projects roadmaps in one view.

 

Why?

I can be assigned to few projects and I would like to answer question, what to do next. 

 

How to do it?

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Hi Patryk,

Welcome to Atlassian Community!

Currently, on a next-gen project, it's not possible to edit the roadmap filter, so it will only show the Epics from that specific project where the roadmap is.

You can use Portfolio for Jira that gives the ability to add multiple projects for one roadmap.

We have a feature request suggesting the implementation of this ability:

Please, click on vote and watch to receive updates about the feature.

Regards,
Angélica

I've checked and Porftolio for Jira is not working for Next-gen proejcts.

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Hello Patryk,

Welcome to Atlassian Community!

I understand that you would like to configure the Roadmap feature of Next-gen projects (See picture below) with issues of multiple projects at the same time. Is it correct?

The roadmap feature of JIRA next-gen is based on the board filter, which can not be changed at this time, however, we do agree that this would be a useful feature. That being said, we create the following feature request to get it implemented:

Ability to configure board filters for next-gen project 

Feel free to vote and watch the suggestion to increase its priority and also receive notifications about any updates.

Now, if you are looking for a way to have a view of all issues assigned to you cross projects, you can create a JQL filter to return it and use the Filter results Gadget to display it. These would be the steps:

1 - Go to your Issue navigator > Configure the filter to return the issues you want

Screen Shot 2019-10-24 at 19.11.48.png

2 - Navigate to your . dashboard > Add a new gadget > Add the Filter results gadget, configuring it with the filter you created

Screen Shot 2019-10-24 at 19.12.17.png

Let me know if this information helps.

About this JQL and dedicated filters I have it but I can see it on the time line. With readmap I can. I will follow feature request and try Porftolio for Jira in meantime. 

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This has to be something they are working on.  Seems like a logical next step to have an overview of all the roadmaps in a "Master Roadmap" of some sort.  They also need to add some of the automation back (pull requests/approvals change ticket status)

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