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Create a timeline view

The timeline view allows you to create monthly and quarterly roadmaps. Time is defined in ideas by the date field, which you can create like any other field.

Before you begin

  • You need to have an active Jira Product Discovery license.

  • You need to have at least one project in Jira Product Discovery.

  • You must have at least one date field configured to create a timeline.

Configure the timeline view fields

  1. In JPD, select a project and under Views > + Create a view > Create a new timeline.

  2. Name your timeline

  3. Click Select fields and select your start and end date field. If you are new to Jira Product Discovery, chances are that you haven’t define time fields yet. Once you select the date fields the timeline will show up.

  4. Go to Fields > Create a new field > add a name and select the field type Date then, hit Create.

  5. Now go back to the timeline view and click Timeline > Select a field and choose the date fields you created in step 4.

Configure the timeline view settings

In this view you can select whether you want your timeline to use months and quarters as time scale and the start and end date.

Warning

Ideas that have start or end date outside the timeline range won’t be displayed.

  1. Choose the timeline fields you want to use.

  2. Select the start and end dates of the timeline and the time scale.

Add ideas to the timeline view

  1. Once your timeline settings are configured, you can start adding ideas to the timeline by clicking the (+) icon located at the bottom of your view.

  2. Search ideas and drag and drop them inside the timeline, or create new ideas.

You can now play with ideas by moving them around, grouping them and using filters and fields.

 

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