Easy Agile Programs 1.3.0 (BETA)

Release Date: 30th November 2018

The team at Easy Agile is pleased to announce the release of Easy Agile Programs 1.3.0 (Beta)


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Your Program can now leverage existing Jira issue links to relate issues on a team backlog to issues on the Program Roadmap!

We've learned this scenario is common and groups often have a Kanban board that contains higher level Features for the Program (or Agile Release Train). They then link these Features to issues on the team agile boards using a Jira issue link.

By allowing you to choose an issue link type, clicking on a scheduled issue on the roadmap "filters" down your view of all the work scheduled and in the team's backlog that relates to that higher level roadmap issue.

Here's what it looks like in product:


In past releases, we only supported scheduling Epics onto the Program Roadmap (meaning, we only supported the Jira Software Epic Link for relating those Epics to issues on the team's backlogs).

As of 1.3.0, you can schedule any issue type onto the Program Roadmap and you'll have 3 configuration options:

  • use Jira Software Epic Links and roadmap items from team agile boards
  • use Jira Software Epic Links and roadmap items from a dedicated roadmap agile board
  • use Jira Issue Links and roadmap items from a dedicated roadmap agile board




Big thanks to our customers, evaluators and the Agile Hive team at //SEIBERT/MEDIA for their feedback on our beta releases.



The Easy Agile Programs Team 

Special Thanks! 

We wanted to say a big thank you to our Beta users. Your feedback so far has been invaluable and we appreciate your support and patience as we work to push out regular updates and changes. 

We can't succeed without your feedback, insight and recommendations for improvement so please keep sending your feedback directly via the (question) button on the top right of any page in Easy Agile Programs. Thanks so much!