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Status Future consideration
Categories Jira
Created by John Biltcliffe
Created on Jul 10, 2019

Jira sprint dates as feature end dates

With the Jira integration it is possible to pull through the Sprint name as a custom field into Aha Master Features/Features.  It would be useful to be pull through the sprint finish date and apply that to all linked items within Aha.  This would allow Aha to reflect the actual delivery dates of items as they are moved between sprints.

Without this capability we're either inheriting dates from the release which tends to be very wide dates, or manually having to merge information between systems.

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  • Kevin Murphy
    Nov 18, 2021

    During sprint planning/grooming our team is in Jira assigning stories, often from multiple epics, across multiple sprints (future sprints are not locked in yet, we're just trying to estimate release dates). Ideally the sprint dates and story points from Jira would be reflected back in Aha Gantt charts and highlight any capacity issues (ex: our team's capacity is 50 story points, but Sprint 8 has 75 story points assigned to it).

  • Greg Wissler
    Nov 15, 2021

    This is a much needed feature to automate roadmaps in real time, and reduce tedious work of keeping AHA and Jira in sync. How is this not available today as part of the Jira integration?

  • Guest
    May 3, 2021

    A better notion of / managed of Jira sprints in Aha is currently the real weakness to me of aha. Releases are build through sprints and sprints have a fixed interval. Having a sprint view / planning in Aha is a view/planning that I'm really missing. So I'm definitely agreeing with the comment of Andrew below!

  • Andrew Brooks
    Jun 19, 2020

    This would be incredibly useful. Product Managers are currently changing the dates on stories manually in Aha. But mapping the sprint start date and end date with the feature/requirements start date/End date would reduce that manual step . The integration is excellent and this would increase the value.

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