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This entry introduces a macro “Roadmap Planner” that allows you to easily manage your roadmap with Confluence.
If you’re a “What is Confluence anyway? How do you use it?”, check out this post!
What You Can Do With Roadmap Planner
Here’s a quick summary of what you can do with Roadmap Planner:.
You can visualize project plan summaries with simple visual and editing.
It is expressed as time axis × lane × bar × marker.
Using Roadmap Planner
Here’s how to use the Roadmap Planner add-on to make your road map easier to use on the Confluence page.
How do you make a page in the first place? Hit the link below to check it out.
Find in Macro
Open in the upper right of the page creation screen, and click “Miscellaneous Macros” at the bottom.
This brings up the following macro selection modal:.
Type “Roadmap Planner” into the upper left modal search box. You need to be careful because it won’t be hit by an Excel in Katakana. (You don’t have to put all the letters, it comes out as a partial match.)
Set the time in the upper right. The time can be selected as Month or Week. You can set any time period.
You can add any area of the vertical axis called a lane. You can add and remove lanes, drag and drop them, color them, and rename them.
Bars are content that represents specific actions, etc. You can also add, delete, and change bars intuitively.
You can add a marker to draw a line at a specific time period. You can also change the name, color, and position of the markers.
At The End
I think Roadmap Planner is a Confluence macro that makes your work easier by making it simple and intuitive. This completes the Roadmap Planner entry.