My single biggest frustration with aha is that roadmaps can only exist if you use features and releases. I am trying to move away from planning like this and forge a more "lean" path where our roadmap is centred around problems we want to solve - if there has to be dates, I would rather this be in more of a kanban style where you could drag and drop into buckets like "current", "near term", "future". Here is a link to an article where someone has decribed this much better than I could:
there is an example in there that illustrates what that might look like.
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Thank you for the note. As noted, most of our roadmaps require dates to be used as we feel that this is an important aspect of a roadmap.
That said, we do have capabilities where you can set "External release dates" which can show information at a Quarterly basis. You can also create Custom roadmaps which allow you to hide dates.
You can see more information here: https://support.aha.io/hc/en-us/articles/207052206-Share-a-roadmap-without-firm-dates The pivot table example in this article shows quarters, but could easily be setup to use custom fields instead which capture time horizons like "Current," "Near term," or "Future."