Tips and Ticks for Advanced Roadmap from Roi Fine – Product Manager, Atlassian

Tips and Tricks Advanced Roadmap2

On Roi Fine’s last blog post, he pointed out few of the things you might want to know about when you try out the Advanced Roadmap functionality in Jira Preimum.

Roi is a product manager working on Advanced Roadmaps for Jira in Atlassian.

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Advanced Roadmaps – JIRA’s project planning and agile road-mapping tool, that is now available with Jira Premium and Data Center platforms.

Visibility

Have a program view of the work you want to monitor, projects, boards or filter, set it up and get all the releavnt data just at the end of your fingers.

See who is doing what, and what are the current team allocation, so you can plan ahead the teams work.

SandBox

Go and play with your plan. nothing is set before you say so. when the time is right and all changes are reviewed, accept those changes and they will get into reality in Jira.

Tracking

See how work is being done, see the work changes and replan your program. This is part of the ongoing planning and grooming ceremonies in the Agile framework.

 

In the following video, Roi Explains how to create your first plan:

 

Creating issues hirarchy is a powerfull adition to the Jira suit using Advanced roadmpa. Roi explains in the following video how to do it:

One of the main functionality in the Advanced Roadmap tool is the ability to setup teams and track their capacity planing and their actuals. This is explained in the following video:

So, I am sure by now you are interested how it might be used on a day by day scenrio. You can follow up with the following video that shows how Atlassian themselves are using Advanced roamap in their software developemt planing and tracking taks.

 

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