See a Roadmap of All Epic’s and their Progress, Visualize Epics as Graph, Tree Map or Pie Chart.Get it Now
January 1, 2020
Get an overview of all epics, and their progress, in one place. View epics with a progress bar showing completed vs total stories. Click on an epic to drill down to individual stories
Get the Big Picture of what’s been done and what remains to be done, without complex configurations. Just install and use.
Epics Map offers multiple ways to view your epics and their progress. Use graph view to see a progress bar of finished vs total stories, to link to a report, or to add issues on the fly. The tree map view is color coded to indicate risk. Pie charts show the proportional size of each epic.
Works with Company-managed and Team-managed projects.
Currently limited to English.
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We explain the difference on the following documentation page: Free vs Paid subscription.
Atlassian is responsible for handling subscriptions and payments (vendors only set per-user price). It should be enough to just start the trial.
Issue Checklist and all other add-ons for Jira Cloud (as opposed to Jira Server plugins) are loaded in separate iframes inside the Jira page. This approach ensures security (iframe code cannot access the main page) but also lets the browser load the content of the add-on asynchronously without blocking the main page.
There are no limits at all. You can add as many items and templates and as often as you want
Atlassian is responsible for counting a number of users. It usually equals the number of users registered in your Jira (excluding Service Desk customers).
The on-premise version is implemented via a new Custom Field Type, while the cloud version is a Connect App. Since Atlassian does not allow third-party Custom Fields on their cloud instances, on-premise and cloud Apps have different architectures and integration points in Jira.
Their feature set is a little different, but as Atlassian improves its Connect API, both versions are becoming more and more similar. Read more about comparison here.
Checklist for Jira Server and Data Center versions have been developed as a custom field since it offers a much tighter integration into Jira.
It allows more features like viewing checklists in the Create, Edit or Transition screens or bulk updating the checklist of many issues at once.
Don’t worry; adding a Checklist custom field is fast and straightforward.
Checklist for Jira is highly configurable to meet a variety of needs as no two organizations work the same way. Use only the features you need. As your needs to grow, Checklist for Jira can grow with you.
Read this blog post we wrote.
For Cloud, we keep the data for one year as some clients repurchase Checklist for Jira. But if you want us to completely remove your data, please open a support ticket.
As for the Server and Data Center, the data stays until you delete the Checklist Custom Field.
What this means is that you need to buy the same user tier for any app that you have for the host product (example Jira).
Automatic timers are started and stopped according to the current workflow your project uses. To learn more read When do automatic timers start / stop?
Yes, Clockwork works with Tempo as well, but our plan for the future is to offer similar features that you won't be needing Tempo.
When working on a sub-task time spent is reported only on the sub-task. Parent issue is not updated so you should not keep the sub-task and the parent issue in progress at the same time.
If you want to know more about the way we calculate time please check out How time spent is calculated (with working hours)?
Time spent on the issue is logged only once the timer is stopped. It means that currently Clockwork will log all time spent at the last day. It will not spread the time through days the timer was running.