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Plan and view work across multiple teams, projects, and releases with Advanced Roadmaps.
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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.
Plans in Advanced Roadmaps show a lot of information. Each small but important icon means something very specific.
Depending on what data was pulled in from your issue sources, you may or may not see all of these symbols at first.
1. Warning icons
Advanced Roadmaps adds a yellow triangle icon to issues in place of the issue rank (if you’re sorting by Ranking) when it detects an inconsistency in the structure of your plan. Common warnings include dependent issues starting before the previous issue is scheduled to end, or issues with dates outside of their assigned sprints.
2. R, S, and D lozenges in the date column
R - this date is inferred from the assigned release. Manually assigning either date will override this setting.
S - this date is inferred from the assigned sprint. Manually assigning either date will override this setting.
D - the values in this column are a custom-configured date
3. Triangles on the corners of fields
Advanced Roadmaps marks fields that contain unsaved changes with a small triangular caret mark. If you’re planning in a scenario, this accent mark will be the color that you chose to represent it.
4. Striped bars
Advanced Roadmaps adds stripes to your timeline bars when it’s inferring dates from child issues. This is what we refer to as a roll-up, which we’ll explain later. In short, rolled-up values of parent issues are inferred based on those of its children.
5. Today line and blue box on today’s date
Our current point in the space-time continuum.
6. Sprint capacity monitor
As you assign work to a sprint, you can monitor its capacity quickly from this tab on your timeline. Select the tab to open the sprint flyout with more details, as shown below:
7. Release icons
Advanced Roadmaps places release icons on your timeline according to their dates. A green icon means that your release is on-track. A red icon indicates the issues assigned to it extend beyond your release date.
8. Chain link icon and dependency lines
The chainlink icon implies that an issue is part of a dependent relationship. Select it to open a window that gives you greater detail into the dependency. You can also show dependencies as lines which connect the dependent issues on your timeline (when possible).
If the the line or badge is red, Advanced Roadmaps is telling you that the dependency has overlapping dates which require your attention.
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