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Cloud vs. Server - Key Differences in BigPicture on These Platforms

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Cloud vs. Server - Key Differences in BigPicture on These Platforms

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BigPicture 8 is here!

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This article is about BigPicture from before upgrade to 7.11 version. Please use the following link: Program Box configuration - Task - Task structure.

Configuration - Synchronization and task structure

Program's Scope is defined by the range of data which Scope Context User has access to, therefore Program Lead can be any Jira user and despite their level of permissions in Jira environment, they will be able to view this Program along with the allocation of Tasks within its scope (as long as the Scope Context User is granted a certain level of permissions).



Remove tasks not in filter - define which issues will be synchronized between Jira and the app. 

Please note that 'Remove tasks not in filter' feature is set to 'ON' by default and when this option is selected, all tasks which do not fit the current filtering scheme of the Program's Scope, will be removed from the list of tasks (eg. visible on the Gantt module). 

New default task modeDefault mode of new tasks added to the scope of the Program. When the scope is changed such that tasks which are not in any other Program are added or new task is added using the +Add task button the default mode will be used.
Task types

Define which additional elements (e.g. Versions, Components, Projects, backlog) should be added to the scope of the Program and be constantly synchronized in your task structure. 

Automated task structure (WBS)

Define how to automatically build the structure of the tasks within a particular Program. 

You can set the suitable rules by activating respective structure builders. 

You are evaluating Refined.