Portfolio for Jira 3.2 release notes
22 May 2019
We're pleased to announce the release of Portfolio for Jira 3.2.
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New and improved progress bars
We've improved the existing status breakdown bar, converting it into a progress bar (issue count), which displays progress in percentage, in terms of the total number of issues.
We're also releasing a new progress bar (estimates), which also displays progress in percentage, but now in terms of issue estimates.
See Monitoring progress of work to learn more.
Checkbox and radio button custom fields
We're adding support for checkbox and radio button custom fields in this latest version. Check out Configuring custom fields for more details.
Sample custom field configuration, with the new custom fields
Bulk action for sprints
You can now edit the sprint for multiple issues in one go. See Editing multiple issues in bulk to learn more.
New bulk action for sprints
Filtering for multiple issues
Quickly filter for multiple issues by entering issue keys or summaries. See Filtering issues to find out more.
Filtering for multiple issues in a plan
With the feedback we've received, we've made the following enhancements to existing features. Keep the feedback coming, as this helps us improve the new planning interface for you.
Values in currently active sprints
The sprint, release, and team values of issues in a currently active sprint now persist — even if you've chosen to overwrite any of these values in the auto-scheduling settings. See Auto-scheduling issues for more details.
'Fit' timeframe setting now considers configured filters
When using the fit to width option to display issues in your timeline, any filters that you configured in your roadmap will now be taken into account. See Viewing work to learn more.
Coming soon — plan access changes
We'll soon be introducing some changes for plan access in Portfolio for Jira.
Currently, only the owners of private plans have access to these private plans. Soon, the following will be able to access any private plans:
- Users with the Portfolio for Jira administrator user permission
- Users with the Jira administrators global permission (since these users are automatically made Portfolio for Jira administrators)
- Jira administrators
- System administrators