Limited ways to visualize/slice and dice tickets. Makes prioritization exercise as a PM really annoying and slow.
It is built with the flexibility to meet any need but in-turn, meets none of them elegantly. To operate at any scale, there is an incredible amount of overhead to shepherd the overall practices within an organization into the same philosophy and implementation. I am not sure we would ever be able to replace it but I know it isn't the best option.
It is expensive. The product development has been very slow. There are lot of things Jira can do to improve the productivity of developers.
Tactical focus only. Can’t bring roadmap, pain points, etc. to life within the day to day work.
It's so painful to add burn down charts and other management dashboards.
Slow and cluttered. Hard to visualize your sprints in different slices and labels w/o constantly going to IT or an admin for custom coding.
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@LeonardKim96 100% agree with you.
Our team was also struggling with the prioritization of Jira issues.
So we built https://ducalis.io/ to solve it.
Import issues, set evaluation factors, setup 2-way integration, and get a sorted by priority list of Jira issues.
Give it a try http://hello.ducalis.io/