See the progress of an epic on the roadmap

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You can use the progress bar to quickly see the epic's progress on the roadmap. The bar beneath an epic’s name indicates the overall progress of its issues. It shows the status of any standard issues in your epic, excluding subtasks.

You can show or hide your epic’s progress in your View settings.

On your roadmap, select View settings in the top right corner. In the More detail section, select Progress. Any Epic marked as done more than a year ago, won’t appear on the roadmap.

A cropped screenshot of the view settings panel on the roadmap. A cursor hovers over the progress checkbox.

The epic’s progress bar is divided into three segments:

  • The green segment represents issues in a Done status category

  • The blue segment represents issues in an In progress status category

  • The grey segment represents issues in a To do status category

Hover over any segment of an epic's progress bar to see how many issues are in each status category.

A cropped screenshot of the epics on the roadmap. A cursor hovers over the progress bar to show the status breakdown.

When an epic is Marked as Done in the EPIC section of the backlog, the epic’s status will update to Done. Then, it’s removed from the roadmap.

To learn more about managing epics on the backlog, see Manage epics in a kanban project or Manage epics in a scrum project.

Last modified on Feb 17, 2021
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