|Updated On||June 2018|
|Next Update||July 2018|
In this roadmap, we'd like to share some features Structure.Gantt team is going to work on the near to mid term. The scope of this roadmap is 6 months to 1 year.
A few notes and disclaimers about the roadmap:
- We only list new, important functionality– we are also going to work on other stuff, such as improving existing features, improving quality, improving user interface, adding minor features.
- This document lists only upcoming features in Structure. We're also working on Structure extensions, such as Structure.Gantt, which have their own roadmaps.
- The roadmap is subject to change. We will update it periodically so it reflects our current vision.
- We only describe features briefly. If you are interested in the details of some specific feature or can provide feedback and ideas, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
It is our general approach at ALM Works to focus on the quality of the product. Sometimes it means delivering a product later or changing plans and priorities, as unexpected dependencies and challenges appear. Therefore, while we try to adhere to the announced roadmap, by no means it should be considered an obligation from ALM Works and it shouldn't be relied upon when making purchasing decisions.
If you have any questions about our roadmap policy, please write to email@example.com.
Versions and Dates
We generally aim to release a minor version of Structure every 1-2 months and a major version every year. The following is an approximate release schedule for the scope of this roadmap.
|Target Month||Aug '18||Oct '18||Dec '18||Feb '19||Apr'19|
Here's the list of major features that we're planning to work on in Structure.Gatt 1.x series up until Structure.Gantt 2.0
- Confluence Gadget, Export to SVG/PDF – Gantt chart as a static Confluence gadget, PDF export of a Structure grid with Gantt chart.
- More granular configuration – more flexible configuration that allows to specify individual Gantt settings for different sets of tasks (for example, different settings for different issue types).
- Agile Planning – ability to visualize and plan tasks based on Sprints
- Syncing to JIRA Custom Fields – writing the calculated values (such as Start Date and Finish Date) into JIRA custom fields.
- Multiple Resources – ability to specify several resources along with their usage.
- Sandbox Mode – ability to play with "what-if" scenarios, without affecting the data seen by other users.
- Baselines – ability to save a baseline and later compare against it.
- Deeper Integration with Structure Attributes – lets Estimate, Manual Start Date be extracted from an arbitrary attribute (including calculated attributes).
- Constrained Scheduling – aka Resource Leveling, automatic scheduling that avoids resource overallocation.
- Calendars Integration – integration with major providers of work calendars, such as Tempo, Portfolio.
- Actual Start and Actual Finish Dates – optional configuration option to have automatically managed fields define actual start and finish date of a task, regardless of scheduling and estimates.
Planned for later:
- Editable Work Calendars – a UI for managing calendars.
- Milestone-driven and non-binary Critical Path – a way to calculate critical paths for a specific milestone and calculate a relative risk for a task to become critical.
- MS Project integration – wizard for importing data from MS Project.
- Split Tasks – supporting a way to break down a task into pieces when dependencies change and the task already has non-zero progress.
- Structure of Structures, Gantt of Gantts – support configurations where a structure contains other structures and its Gantt imports the pre-calculated Gantt charts from those structures.