SmartDraw's product roadmap can take your Jira data and show the status of Epics in one or more projects and which team or teams are working on those Epics.
Select the Product Roadmap template under the JIRA subcategory under Agile Workflow.
The SmartPanel has all the tools you need to connect to your Jira instance, specify the projects and program increments you want to visualize as a roadmap.
To build your visual, click the Build Product Roadmap button.
You'll be prompted to login to your Jira instance using your Atlassian account.
Make sure you authorize SmartDraw to be able to view your projects and epics.
Once logged in, you'll see a dialog where you can specify projects and program increments. SmartDraw will read your Jira data and present you with the projects you can select from.
Next, you'll need to select program increments you want to include. SmartDraw will auto-populate a drop-down with options using your data.
Then make sure you specify your program increment field used in your instance. SmartDraw will assume you use Fix Version by default, but you can also specify a custom option.
The last bit of data SmartDraw needs to generate the PI board is information about how your team information is stored in Jira. By default, SmartDraw assumes Components are used to represent teams. You can also choose Project, Team, or a custom field unique to your instance.
Once generated, you'll notice that the report is broken down by teams spanning a given time period.
Multiple teams can work on the same Epic and an Epic can have issues that exist in multiple versions.
Statuses for issues and epics are represented with circles at the bottom of the Epic bar using the standard Atlassian colors : blue for to do, yellow for in progress, and green for done.
The status to the left is the status of the Epic. The status to the right is the status of the issues in the Epic, assigned to that specific team, and configured to that specific fixVersion.
Everything is linked to data in Jira if you want to dig deeper.