You can choose to turn on/off the available features in a project to let you have a more concise view.

To turn on/off the features in a project,

  1. Click on the "Settings" tab located at the top of the screen after entering the project.

  2. On the next page, select Features from the setting navigator.

Require project admin permissions.

Epic indicates a larger function point or feature consisting of a series of user stories/requirements. With the Epic feature enabled, you can:

  • Link user stories with epics to make multi-tier work management easier.

  • Map out your works in the Epic Gantt view.

  • View works in the "Epic" hierarchy view on the Roadmap and other features.

After enabling the Epic feature, click the button to select the type of work to which you want to add the Epic field.


Sprint is one timeboxed iteration of a continuous development cycle. It is a way to split a large amount of development work.

You will find Sprint and Backlog navigators on the project menu as the Sprint feature is enabled.

Time Tracking

Record the hour spent on the work or subtasks. Time Tracking consists of 2 fields: Time Spend and Remaining.

After enabling the feature, you can:

Add the Time Tracking fields to the work

You can select the work types to which add Time Tracking fields.

Track your sprint progress in the charts

Use the data of remaining man-hours to track your sprint progress in the Charts like burndown, burnup and etc.

Select a way to count the workload for your project.

View the Jenkins build information in the Deployments feature. You will find the navigator in the project menu as the feature is enabled.

The Deployments feature is available only when you integrate your Jenkins with Leiga.

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