We would like to be able to map a JIRA fix version (and its dates) to an Aha Release phase
Why? We like to plan in Aha using a monthly program increment primarily with features, similar to SAFe. But as a continuous delivery shop using Kanban key to this is the notion that a story for a given feature, as long as it provides value, need not be held back from shipping until the rest of its counterparts are ready. Therefore, we ship on a weekly basis (and soon on-demand) and use JIRA fix versions to collect the assortment of stories, fixes, tasks, test results, that went into that release.
However, with the current integration we end up having an Aha Release <-> JIRA Fix Version This makes it hard to plan features that are delivered over the course of a program increment. If we could map an Aha Release Phase to a JIRA Fix Version we could easily plan features at the monthly program increment (call it major release if you would) and use phases to signify the actually delivery events/milestones stories were actually shipped/delivered within.