What you see on the picture below is a new functionality of ProductDesk module with designer of roadmaps. We are preparing it for the next major release and it is going to be huge, very huge, very, very very huge. Popular sentence these days :)
It is going to be available as a free upgrade for every customer who had bought ProductDesk. This is not just UX proposal, it is functional feature available for selected customers now.
There is already a possibility to design & manage multiple roadmaps either for more teams or locations or products. Or any other criteria as they are free to enter in multiple lanes. Items can be moved to multiple rows in multiple lanes and dragged around the dates to express your plans. Additionaly, sprints, releases and milestones are displayed in roadmaps as well.
To support planning, we added new fields for epics and features Planned Start, Planned End and Planned Duration, which will be used for long-term planning and validation of plans vs. reality.
[+] Billing: Support of VAT numbers for selected EU countries where applicable.
[+] Navigation in pictures gallery in case there is more than 1 picture uploaded to the backlog item or task.
[*] Only pictures can be uploaded in Comments.
[+] API to synchronize worklogs from 3rd party applications to ScrumDesk
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