The roadmap provides a high level visualization of your plan. It helps you communicate what is happening when and the key events behind your plan.

The roadmap is made up of data from your plan and milestones that you directly enter in the roadmap. Milestones can be used to indicate things like key events or phases - or whatever you want them to be!

Roadmap layout

The roadmap is organized into lanes, containers and bars. Use the roadmap display options to control how your roadmap elements are organized.

Lanes are the main organizational element in the roadmap. Lanes can either be project or resource based.

Within the lanes bars show when work is happening. The bars are drawn based on the data in your plan.

Sometimes work is grouped into containers if the work is related. A good example of this are agile sprints - Kelloo groups this work in a container.


Add milestones to your roadmap to indicate key events. 

Use configure milestones to choose which milestones to display on the roadmap.

Un-check show milestones to hide all milestones. You can also choose to hide or display global, scenario or project level milestones.

  • Global milestones display on all scenarios. 

  • Scenario milestones display only on the scenario they were added to. 

  • If you un-check show project milestones, project level milestones will be hidden. Also the projects with no work in the resource plan will be hidden.

Check exclude complete to hide completed work in the roadmap. Any work complete before the beginning of the current month will be hidden from the roadmap.

In this mode, the completed value shown in the roadmap tool tips will report the number of days competed from the start of the current month and not the total number of days completed.