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What is the roadmap?
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The following information only applies to classic projects.
To check which project you need help with, look at the bottom of your project’s left-hand sidebar:
If you see an icon stating You’re in a next-gen project with Give feedback and Learn more menu items, you're in a next-gen project. Check out our next-gen project documentation.
If you don’t, you're in a classic project.
The roadmap is where you can create, manage, and visualize your team's epics. Roadmaps are useful for planning large pieces of work several months in advance and planning large groups of stories across different sprints.
The roadmap comes with the following features:
Filter by assignee, status category, label, or issue summary: Use the assignee, status, label, or text filter to specify which issues display on your roadmap. The filters automatically appear when you add an assignee to an issue, create more than one type of issue, or add a label to an issue on your roadmap. The text field is always available and all filters apply to epics and child issues. Learn more about filters on the roadmap.
Timeline: Change the zoom level of your roadmap to view upcoming weeks, months, or quarters.
Date range: Hover over an epic to view its date range. Drag the edge of the bar left or right to adjust the date range, or click the bar and the epic's details will expand on the right. Learn how to display the date range of your epics on the roadmap.
There are a few ways to add issues. Learn how to add issues to epics from the roadmap.
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