Portfolio for Jira 3.5 release notes
3 July 2019
We're pleased to announce the release of Portfolio for Jira 3.5.
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Priorities now displaying in plans
You can now view and set priorities for the issues in your plans, directly in your plans. Check out Displaying issue details to know more.
Sample plan displaying issue priority
Support for user picker custom fields
You can now add user picker custom fields in the improved interface. This is handy for when you need to add an Approver column in your plan, for instance. You can also set values for this new custom field directly in your plan.
Sample plan with an Approver user picker custom field
Check out Custom fields to know how to set this up in your plan.
External sprints now displaying in plans
Previously, if you use projects or filters as issue sources, it's not possible to display sprint data in the plan. In this release, we're now supporting the fetching and displaying of sprint data in your plan, no matter the issue source type.
Sample plan with issues assigned to an external sprint
There are some things to note, of course, so make sure to check out Scheduling issues to learn more.
New setting to show/hide warnings in plans
Warnings can be distracting and slightly discouraging especially when you're sharing a plan to relevant stakeholders. You can now choose whether or not to display such warnings in a plan. See Customizing view settings to know how.
Sample view settings of a plan
Conceptual documentation about capacity management
With all the new features we've been releasing around capacity management, we've added more conceptual content around capacity in the improved interface — concepts like understanding team capacity, displaying capacity in plans, managing capacity for Scrum and Kanban teams, and more.
Check out Managing capacity to learn more.
Released on 9 July 2019