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Sharing & Exporting Timelines

Save & Share a Timeline

When you are done, don't forget to save your Timeline!

Timelines are either private or shared with other Jira users and you can manage your Timelines from the Manage Views Page. Important Timelines can be added in the Global or Project Views section so that other team members can easily access them.

Once saved, you can also publish a Timeline on a Jira dashboard using the Timeline Gadgets.

Export in XLSX, CSV, JSON

You can export Timeline Events in different formats:

  • XLSX files that can be opened by Microsoft Excel version 2007 and later

  • CSV (comma-separated values) files that can be opened by programs storing data in tables, such as Microsoft Excel or OpenOffice Calc

  • JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) files, a lightweight format for storing and transporting data

First of all, ensure that all the Events you want to export are visible on the Timeline.

Then, click on the Export button and select XLSX, CSV or JSON files:

Example of XLSX export

Example of CSV export

Example of JSON export

iCal export to Outlook, Gmail, Team Calendar...

You can export Environment Events and Logs (Deployments and Status Changes) to Outlook, Gmail, iCalendar, iOS Calendar, etc.

Click on the Export button and on “New iCal feed”:

In order to generate a new link, complete the required information and click on the Create button:

You can create as many export as you need. It will allow you to visualize Events into your favorite calendar app without having to connect to Jira. You can also visualize Events in Confluence using “Team Calendar”.

Only calendars that are shared with "Anyone" can be exported to iCal feeds (refer to Calendar Permissions). iCal export is not supported by all types of Calendar.

Learn how to subscribe to iCal feeds from some popular calendar apps:

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