Portfolio for Jira 3.15 release notes

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19 November 2019

We're pleased to announce the release of Portfolio for Jira 3.15.


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Learn more about Portfolio for Jira 3.x

If you've been running an earlier version, check out this article to learn more. If you have any pressing questions, get them answered in Community

Sort issues by status

Want to quickly see how all the issues in your plan are progressing? Try sorting the issues by status, and get a high-level understanding on the state of things, from to do to done.

Learn more at Displaying issue details.

Update issue dates faster

This feels like a mix of something old and something new, but we really just want to make updating issue dates faster for you.

Previously, if you wanted to update start and end dates, you had to do so individually and in a separate flow. Needless to say, this sometimes proved to be a daunting task.

In this release, we've streamlined date updates in a single nifty window, with some cool new settings as well.

Read more at Editing multiple issues in bulk.

Feature enhancements

We want to make it easier for you to set up your plans for success, so we've been sweating the details on the following enhancements:

Quickly spot which custom date to use

It can be tricky choosing which custom date to use for scheduling issues in your plan, especially if you have several custom dates bearing the same name.

In this release, we're now displaying the corresponding IDs of custom dates. We hope this will make it easier to spot which custom date to select when configuring your plans. Learn more at Scheduling.

Distinguish between similarly named users

You can now be sure that you're selecting the correct person when adding an assignee, or filtering by assignee. Both user picker menus now display username and email address, in addition to display name and avatar.

Also, email addresses are displayed below usernames so they won't be cut off from view by the menu width.

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