Issues in Advanced Roadmaps
Issues are the core building blocks of your plan. You can import issues from issue sources as covered on the Plans in Advanced Roadmaps page, or you can create new issues directly in your plan then save them to your project.
Bear in mind that Advanced Roadmaps is a sandbox environment. Any changes made here, including creating or removing issues, won’t affect your Jira Software data unless you tell Advanced Roadmaps to save your changes to Jira.
Create a new issue
To add a new issue:
- Navigate to +Create issue at the top of the Scope column.
- Select the type of issue (epic, story, subtask) you want to create. If your plan contains more than one project, use the dropdown to select which project to assign the new issue.
- Name your new issue, and choose a project if you’re making an epic. Select the checkmark to save.
- Add other issue details in the fields displayed on your timeline such as assignee, team, estimate, sprint, release, and dates. The details you can specify for an issue will depend on your issue sources and how your plan is configured.
Advanced Roadmaps will place your new issue at the bottom of your current project. If you’ve made a child-level issue (such as a story or subtask), it will be listed under the collapsible x issues without parent heading at the bottom of your timeline until it’s linked to a parent task, which we discuss below.
Insert a new issue
Alternatively, if you know where you’d like to add a new issue, you can tell Advanced Roadmaps where to create a new issue relative to another. This is handy for inserting epics at specific places in projects, or creating a child issue that inherits details from its parent task. On your timeline, hover over the desired destination issue, select the menu, then follow the same steps listed above.
If you insert an epic into your plan using this method, it will be automatically placed in the corresponding project. You can change this using the dropdown menu before selecting the checkmark to save it.
If you create a child issue, it will be nested underneath the parent ticket and inherit its sprints, releases, and teams values.
Link issue to a parent
To create a relationship between two issues, drag and drop a child into its parent issue in the Scope section. You can only link an issue to a parent of the corresponding hierarchy level that you've configured for your plan.
How you can schedule issues depends on how your teams are set up, and how you’ve configured your plan. For example, hierarchy configurations, estimation units, and custom dates all need to be configured before they can be used to schedule issues in your plan.
To learn the different ways that you can schedule issues in your plan, see Schedule issues on your timeline.
Remove issues from your plan
There are two ways to remove issues from your plan in Advanced Roadmaps. The first way is to select the checkboxes of the issues you want to remove, then navigate to the Bulk actions menu > Remove from plan.
Unsaved issues can also be removed using the Review changes modal. Select the issues you want to remove, then select Discard selected changes to remove them from your plan.
Regardless of how you choose to do it, issues that have been saved to Jira won’t be affected when you remove them from your plan.
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