Feature #13419

Scheduled vs. Actual issue time

Added by Alatar Al over 9 years ago. Updated almost 6 years ago.

Status:NewStart date:
Priority:NormalDue date:
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Category:Issues planning
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Redmine is are perfect instrument for developers but when I try to use it in our company I meet that our project managers needs additional functions. Most important of them - ability to view real project progress compared to planned one. Here should be two independent date pairs to implement this - start/due dates for planned issue bounds and started/ended dates for actual. Started and ended dates can be set automaticly when issue status changes New->AnythingElse and NotClosedStatus->ClosedStatus respectively.
Additionally second bar (optionally) should be added to Gantt chart. This may look like here:

Related issues

Related to Redmine - Feature #14459: Auto Scheduling New


#1 Updated by Mischa The Evil over 9 years ago

  • Subject changed from Schedulled Vs Actual issue time to Scheduled vs. Actual issue time

#2 Updated by Pavel Lautsevich over 9 years ago

Good idea! +1

#3 Updated by Dipan Mehta over 9 years ago

I was almost going to file this issue as well.

Now, as the Redmine has transformed from merely being a bug trackers to a full fledge software project mangement tool. It is important to note that while we can note actual start and due date, formal planning requires that every tasks/plan has estimated or scheduled start-end dates and then they are calibrated for deviations against actual start-end dates.

I think having distinct scheduled vs. actual start-end dates is significantly welcome.

#4 Updated by M A over 9 years ago


#5 Updated by sithu phyo about 9 years ago

I'm also love this feature.
We'd like to compare estimated work and actual work and also estimated date and actual date.
So, I'd like to request to add this feature.

#6 Updated by Mine Red almost 8 years ago

Good idea! +99999

#7 Updated by Toshi MARUYAMA about 7 years ago

#8 Updated by Shreyas Moolya almost 6 years ago


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