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I'm using Next-gen. Is there a way to create a milestone on the roadmap? I tried to create a task that's a milestone (after installing the gantt-chart plugin) but that didn't seem to work.
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The option to add milestones on next-gen roadmaps is not currently available. We have a feature request suggesting the implementation of this ability:
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Can I add that some of these basic features should be part of standard not premium? Happy to hear Atlassian argument for more detailed road maps and archiving and charging double the amount per user. The added value just isn't there. I appreciate the products but feel there is a real disconnect from the realities, expectations and the market place. Help us champion your products.
+1, can't happen soon enough. It doesn't seem like any other add-ons provide milestone diamonds based on custom date fields either. Sad.
Use case is an issuetype called "project" that has 3 custom field dates: start, finish, and due. plot those dates as rows per project on a gantt with due dates being diamond markers and start to finish being bars. this helps planners visualize priorities especially when shuffling resources. Releases don't work in this case as it's too much overhead.
Hi Team, Is there an ETA for the milestone feature to be added to the roadmap? The burn down option for the release looks good however not every project will need to use the releases, so ideally we should be able to just display a milestone as part of our roadmaps
Hi @Don Patti,
Try the Release Burnup Burndown Chart offered by our Great Gadgets app. It allows you to display milestones for the release in the burndown/burnup chart. A past milestone will be displayed in red color, if the Remaining work at that time was higher than Ideal Burndown, or in green color if it was lower, thus indicating if the milestone was reached or not.
For any questions or suggestions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.