Portfolio for Jira 3.20 release notes
February 11 2020
We're pleased to announce the release of Portfolio for Jira 3.20
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Relative date timeline options
There's a new addition to the custom time range settings available on the timeline. Along with fixed dates, you now have the option to select a period of time that is relative to the current date. For example, show the past month and the next 2 months. The timeline view will update daily based on the time range specified.
This is a big win for those using the Portfolio for Jira Confluence macro because it removes the need to update the "share plan" URL as time passes.
Sample plan with timeline set to relative custom dates
Learn more at Sharing roadmaps
Sort issues by custom number fields
You can now sort issues by the values of the custom number fields you're using in Jira.
For example, you can sort the issues in your plan by the numerical business values you've assigned to them.
Sample plan with epics sorted by business values
Learn more at Sorting issues
Back in the 3.15 release, we started rolling out changes to make it easier to distinguish between similarly named users when selecting assignees. 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.
This improvement has now been applied to the user picker menu that's displayed when you have View settings set to group by assignee, and you create a new issue:
Sample plan with issues grouped by assignee