Display Master features in Starter roadmap

It would make the Starter roadmap much clear to read  when you could show the Master features in Releases instead of individual features. So please add possibility to display also the Master releases

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  • Apr 5 2017
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  • Guest commented
    August 07, 2017 14:17

    I'm also really keen for this to happen.  

    I couldn't find an equivalent idea when I searched, so I made a new one... (https://big.ideas.aha.io/ideas/APP-I-4920).

    Hopefully they'll be merged

  • Ryan Sanders commented
    October 06, 2017 06:54

    It is so aggravating that this was left out. I want to use master features so badly, but I can't visually communicate out about them in my existing roadmaps. The reporting is keeping me away from what could be a great feature.

  • Nic Demeyer commented
    October 06, 2017 08:56

    See below chat.....speaks for itself I think. Thx for giving this more votes.


    Tom Bailey(Aha! Support)

    Oct 6, 01:44 PDT

    Hi Nicolas, Thanks for your note. Unfortunately Master Features are not available on the Starter Roadmap. To make a suggestion you can request this on our idea portal where our product team can review your suggestion directly: https://big.ideas.aha.io/ Many thanks.





    Nicholas Demeyer

    Oct 6, 01:28 PDT


    How do I show a master release in the start up roadmap?

    With kind regards,

    Nicholas Demeyer -

  • Thomas Brady commented
    May 10, 2018 18:56

    Please add.

  • Karthik Rajasekaran commented
    July 23, 2018 16:13

    Any updates on this? This will really really help the roadmap building exercise in Aha. 

  • Brian App commented
    August 07, 2018 17:20

    We spent a day or two entering in master features into Aha because the support articles and documentation recommended that master features should be used like Epics. Epics are the right level of detail for a roadmap and the starter roadmap is the report that would let us build the kind of roadmap representation we are looking for. To workaround this limitation, we will need to re-enter 2-3 years of epics into Aha, significantly reducing the ROI of this tool. Would have been good if the documentation had either warned in appropriate places or not recommended using master features as epics altogether.

  • Dominik Obermaier commented
    August 08, 2018 23:38

    We are using master features as Epics. It was a bummer when we found out that we can't show these epics in the roadmap. Master Features are pretty useless for us if we can't build a graphical representation in the roadmap. I hope this is a feature that gets implemented soon.

  • Styrbjörn Holmberg commented
    August 23, 2018 12:56

    Would be great to have this feature! For us a potential blocker for fully moving to Aha. Based on how we construct our roadmaps. 

  • Daniel Dolinov commented
    October 01, 2018 21:42

    Please put it in.  Makes no sense not to have this capability.

  • Guest commented
    October 04, 2018 21:49

    Please add this functionality! We just input all of our epics as master features and it was very disappointing when they did not show up on the roadmaps.

  • Guest commented
    October 18, 2018 22:50

    Please please implement this! We imported all of our epics as master features and now we can't roadmap them and it's very frustrating :(

  • Guest commented
    October 29, 2018 16:02

    Hoping this feature is still being considered.  We have way too many features to be useful to show on the starter roadmap.

  • Jason Day commented
    December 03, 2018 20:24

    We have just begun to use Master Features to represent epics.  This is a huge gap because we have now lost all of the roadmaps that were previously being used to present to Senior Leadership.  

  • Matt Howard commented
    December 13, 2018 19:14

    Agreed - I'm having to fend off questions about using other roadmapping tools such as Roadmunk. This is a must have

  • Matt Howard commented
    December 20, 2018 14:34

    It would be great that, once you add a Master Feature to the Starter Roadmap, users have the ability to expand the Master Feature to see the child Features (much in the same way that you can expand a Release to see what is under that Release). This gives the user the ability to "drill down" from the Release, to Master Features, to Features, as needed. Being able to expand a Feature to see its child Requirements would be an added bonus.

  • Javier Ferraez commented
    05 Feb 03:06

    Please add this feature. Master features seem to be an afterthought...