If your project tasks are already being managed in Jira, creating a Gantt Chart can be a seamless process.
In such instances, you can effortlessly construct a Gantt Chart from existing Jira issues by simply using drag and drop.
How to insert Jira issues
Click Insert existing Jira issues menu in the top menu bar.
If you want to connect to a new Jira site,
Click the “+“ icon.
Select the site you want to connect to. Then click the Accept button.
Click the refresh icon.
Search Jira issues.
Option 1. Search by text.
You can search for issues by issue key, summary, or description.
Option 2. Search by project
Option 3. Search by filter and JQL
Tips: You can select multiple issues by shift + clicking or ctrl + clicking.
Drag and drop the selected issues to Gantt Chart.
About inserted tasks
Each inserted task will be linked to the Jira issue. So, you can track the Jira issue’s progress in the Gantt Chart. Please see Link tasks to Jira issue to track Jira issue progress for details about the Jira issue linking feature.
About task fields,
The summary of the Jira issue will be the task name.
The assignee of the Jira issue will be the assigned resource of the task.
The remaining estimate + the time spent on the Jira issue will be the duration. If there is no time tracking value, the duration will be one day.
Link issues from Private Projects
If you restrict access to a project in Jira, only users with appropriate permission can find and link issues from that project.
When inserting private issues, the
issue summary and
assignee are copied as task name and resource. So unauthorised users can see those value without accessing Jira issues.
If your issue summary contains private information, please consider setting page restrictions similar to the project access permission.