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Create a static image of your plan

This page refers to Advanced Roadmaps, which is a cross-project planning tool only available as part of Jira Software Cloud Premium and Enterprise.

We have a separate section for documentation about the project roadmap that’s included in all Jira Software plans. Go to the documentation for project-level roadmaps in Jira Software.

 

Export your data to create a flat image of your timeline which you can then include in presentations or emails. All images include a legend which tells viewers what the markers mean, making it ideal for sharing your plan with those who aren’t familiar with Advanced Roadmaps.

Only what’s visible on your timeline will be included in your exported image. Be sure to adjust your filters and view settings to include the issues and details you want to see before you export your data.

In order to export or share your plan, you need to have Advanced Roadmaps administrator or Advanced Roadmaps user permissions. Learn more about plan permissions.

To create a static image of your Advanced Roadmaps plan data:

  1. Select Share as in the upper right corner of your plan, then choose Image (.png).

  2. Use the menus at the top of the modal to decide how wide you want your timeline to be, and the date range you want to include.

  3. When you’re happy with your image, select Download. Advanced Roadmaps will then generate an image (in .png format) of the plan’s data based on the current filters and hierarchy range applied to your plan.

Users accessing a plan from a Share as link can’t export their plan as an image.

Limitations of exporting an image

Advanced Roadmaps can only export up to 500 issues in one image.

For larger data sets, we recommend either exporting your data as a .csv file which is designed to handle large datasets, or exporting your data in multiple images. Learn how to export your data in .csv format.

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