Roadmap view for initiatives

I would like to see the initiatives on a roadmap view and see how much of each initiative is complete. By a roadmap view I mean something graphical that shows initiatives on a timeline view and percentage complete for each initiative. 

  • Tamer Sabry
  • Aug 8 2015
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  • Nate Hunter commented
    December 11, 2015 20:02

    We are looking for similar functionality to how objectives work in weekdone.com...

    We need the ability to show progress or % of a goal that is linked to a bunch of features. If I had a status of 5/10 features (linked to a goal) where those features had a status of “Shipped” the goal would be 50% complete. Also those goals would be linked the same way to initiatives…so if an initiative had 2/10 goals marked “Achieved” (based off of feature completion) the initiative would be 20% complete.

  • Max Cascone commented
    January 09, 2017 16:29

    This shows Shipped, but I don't believe the % Done aspect of this idea has been implemented? This is a fairly big gap in Aha's competitiveness with other apps like EasyProjects (I much prefer Aha but upper management likes the dead-simple absorbency of the %-done metric).

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    Chris Waters commented
    January 09, 2017 17:15

    We are working on a percentage complete indicator for many different record types in a separate feature. You can track that idea here: https://big.ideas.aha.io/ideas/APP-I-3598 

  • Chad Gallant commented
    February 10, 2017 14:55

    Aha! Has a fantastic Release-level view that does a great job assisting in capacity/demand planning. I would love to see the same type of view at the portfolio level for initiative-based capacity/demand planning. Specifically, each portfolio would have a dynamic roadmap where you can pull initiatives across products into a "box" and assign a capacity to that box. Much like the feature release view, when the initiative estimates exceed the portfolio capacity, there is a visual indicator showing the capacity limit.