LinkMap: Dependencies and Links Shown as a Dependency Graph
- Jira Service Management
- Jira Software
View, filter, search and edit dependencies and links structures in a powerful scalable visualization
Link and hierarchy structures made easy
Issues are displayed as nodes connected by labeled arrows revealing all link and hierarchy relations at a single glance.
Visualize and save arbitrary issue scopes
From within the context of a search, a filter or a project, conveniently trigger LinkMap to visualize the entire scope. Optimize the layout, save the map for further use and collaborate with others. Learn more…
View the link context in the issue detail view
Activate LinkMap to auto-display linked items 3 levels deep right in the issue view. Extend the map to include further linked issues at will. Need more space? Enlarge the map in a new tab. Learn more...
- Blazing fast graphics to allow for fluent interaction
- Start the app from a project or a JQL search / filter
- Visualizes link structures of the given issue inside the issue detail view (by default 3 levels deep)
- All link types as well as parent/child relations are displayed in parallel
- Dynamically extend the graph to include further issues outside the current query scope
- Add and remove links on the fly
- Create new issues on the fly
- Save maps to preserve layouts
- Share maps with co-workers
- Instantly search and filter issues
- Open issues in new tab for details
- Freely zoom & pan the issue space and adjust the layout via drag&drop
App supports recent versions of Edge, Firefox, Chrome and Safari
Missing a feature or encountered a bug? Write to firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know. I am curious to learn how you use the app and what could be improved.
Keywords: graph visualization, link editor, link viewer, dependencies, issue hierarchy, overview.
Privacy and security
LinkMap: Dependencies and Links Shown as a Dependency Graph integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Delete data from the host application
- Write data to the host application
- Read data from the host application
Example of displaying 2.000 issues