Future releases and limitations



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This page has been written with the assumption that you've already migrated from live plans (any version from 2.0 to 2.27) to plans with the improved interface (version 3.0 and later).

We're constantly working on features to improve your planning experience in Portfolio for Jira, and we're also aware of some limitations. If you were previously using live plans, we've removed some features that weren't proving much value to our customers. If you need to use some of the removed functionality, you can disable the improved interface.


Planned features

  • Issue detail view – We're working on an issue detail view that opens up directly in your plan. This lets you surface additional details without having to leave the context of your plan.
  • Visual customization – We've already introduced flexible coloring options to replace the main value of themes in live plans. If you have ideas and suggestions around visualizing plan data, let us know by clicking the give feedback button in your plan.
  • Reporting functionality – This functionality is currently limited; however, we're building more working views that can be shared as reports to relevant audiences.
  • Dynamic release dates – To generate a "dynamic" release end date, you'll need to auto-schedule the issues in your plan. Depending on how auto-scheduling settings are configured for the plan, Portfolio may be able to generate a date for this.


  • Limited browser capability – While you can use Internet Explorer 11 and Safari, we highly recommend you use Chrome or Firefox as your browser.
  • Sorting issues – At the moment, you can only sort issues in a plan by target dates. Let us know how you'd typically sort issues in a plan by clicking the give feedback button in your plan.
  • Progress bar not displaying accurate information – At the moment, the progress bar only includes the details of the issues that are currently visible in the plan. This means that old releases may not have accurate information. See Managing releases for more details.
  • Team members are now assignees – Though there are team members in the teams view, you now assign issues to assignees, and not team members anymore. Also, you can assign an issue to only one assignee.
  • Team capacity planning replaces individual capacity planning – When auto-scheduling a plan, Portfolio for Jira will consider the total capacity of a team to complete the work being scheduled. Any individual capacity settings will not be considered. For Portfolio to do this, you must directly set team capacity in your plan.
  • Teams and sprints that have been set in Jira may not display in the plan – If a team or sprint is assigned in Jira, but these do not exist in Portfolio, then you cannot select this team or sprint in the fields section of your plan. There is no workaround for this. The only way to make the teams and sprints display as options is to add them in the plan itself.
  • Minor change when entering issue estimates – After entering an estimate for an issue, you'll need to click the tab key on your keyboard to go to the estimate field of the next issue in the plan.

Removed functionality

  • Stages and skills – We've removed stages and skills because there is low usage of such across Portfolio for Jira users. Stages also require regular and manual maintenance, while skills require significant work to break down the skill estimates for each issue in a plan. Any data involving stages and skills only exist in a plan, and there's no way to integrate the data with Jira. This can lead to lack of transparency, which doesn't work with the product direction we're taking.
  • Scheduling factors – We've removed the scheduling factors section; if an issue is not scheduled as expected, you can manually move and reschedule the issue directly in your plan.
  • Shared people settings – Since individual capacity planning is not supported, any configured settings for global availability and absences and team availability and exceptions will not apply to plans with the improved interface.
  • Themes – To replace the main value of themes, we've introduced flexible coloring options, particularly for custom fields. See Coloring by custom fields for more details.

If you need any of the removed functionality in your plans, we'd like to understand this better. Let us know via the give feedback button in your plan.

最終更新日 2019 年 8 月 21 日


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