Want an easy, visual way to track upcoming or ongoing JIRA-issues? Support cases? Business trips? Vacations?
Create a calendar from a standard or custom object: Choose a date field that represents data you want to track, and the calendar displays data in that field as calendar items. You can hide or show calendars, and you can edit and delete them.
Let's create a calendar:
Start creating a calendar.
Fill in the details of the calendar.
Field Description Name The name of your calendar will be used when displayed in the list of calendars, when searching, and so on Color Events or Issues on the calendar will be painted in this color Calendar type Basic - in this mode, it is possible to display and create only events
Project - in this mode, you can select a specific project to display tasks
Filter - creating a calendar via the filter, more about the filters here
JQL query - creating a calendar via the JQL query, more about the filters here
Project Select a project from the list of JIRA projects to which you have access Event Start In this field, we can use both: JIRA system fields and JIRA custom fields (date and datetime). It is worth noting that the ability to edit the field directly depends on the drag and drop issues on the calendar. Event End This field is optional, but it is an indicator of the completion of the task on the calendar. If this item is blank, any task will be displayed for a duration of one day. Fields These are the JIRA fields that should be displayed on the calendar
Enable custom events and configure their types
Setup calendar permissions