Share the roadmap

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You can share your project’s roadmap with offline users by exporting it as an image (PNG format). Use it in a presentation, attach to project documentation, or even to print as a poster for your team's wall. 

To export a roadmap as an image:

  1. If you’re not already there, navigate to your team-managed Jira Software project.

  2. From your project’s sidebar, select Roadmap.

  3. Above your roadmap, in the top right corner, select Export

  4. Choose the Timeline viewStart date, and End dates, then select Export

A cropped screenshot of the export window, displaying a preview of the roadmap and details that can be included in the file.

Your browser will automatically download the image.

Add your roadmap to a Confluence Cloud page

You can add your team's roadmap to a Confluence Cloud page using the Jira Roadmap macro. Roadmaps you add to a Confluence Cloud page will update in real-time, and you can interact with it just as you would in Jira.

There are three ways to add your roadmap to a Confluence Cloud page.

Option 1: Paste a URL

  1. If you’re not already there, navigate to your team-managed Jira Software project.

  2. From your project’s sidebar, select Roadmap.

  3. Copy the URL from your browser.

  4. Paste that URL directly into your Confluence page.

It will automatically be transformed into a Jira Roadmap macro.

Option 2: Macro shortcut menu

  1. If you’re not already there, navigate to your Confluence space.

  2. Bring up the macro shortcuts menu. Use the keyboard shortcut '/' in the new Confluence Cloud editor or '{' in the classic editor. 

  3. Search for Jira Roadmap.

Cropped image of a the Jira Roadmap macro in Confluence.

Option 3: Macro menu

  1. If you’re not already there, navigate to your Confluence space.

  2. From the top of your editor, select the macro menu ().

  3. Select Jira Roadmap

A plus symbol (+) represents the macro dropdown menu. The Jira Roadmap macro is listed, among several other macros.
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