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This video covers how to use the Feature record within FeaturePlan™. This record is used to define the goal and intent of the functionality that best solves the identifed market problem. It can eventually be used in Roadmaps as well to communicate to customers, sales and others on what features are coming out.            
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Switching Between Profiles in FeaturePlan

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Profiles in FeaturePlan allow for role-specific views of your data. They are created and assigned by FeaturePlan administrators. Profiles allow different groups of users to be shown different columns in a quick view, different fields in a record, and to have different access to those fields (read-only, mandatory, etc.). All FeaturePlan users have at least one profile (and often more than one) for different role-based activities. The active profile name appears in the menu after the word Profile...
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  In this video, Kelly Burroughs, covers how to use the Enhancement Request record within FeaturePlan™. This record is used to capture customer, internal or partner requests for new or existing products that you are managing within FeaturePlan™.    
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Suites and Products in FeaturePlan

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Suites and Products FeaturePlan allows for a multi-tiered product structure. While this can be broken down into Product Lines, Market Offerings,Technical Products, Modules and Components, at its simplest, FeaturePlan organizes information into suites containing products. Suites in FeaturePlan have three types of views:• Suite Overview - Displays, by record type, all the records relating specifically to that suite, as well as all of the records fromthe products associated with the suite.• Suite...
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Understanding TIDs in FeaturePlan

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All records in FeaturePlan have record IDs (TIDs) which are typically displayed in the TID column of the quick view. Reading the TID The record ID is comprised of the following three parts, separated by hyphens: 1. Record type The record type is indicated by the first group of characters. 2. Product code The second group of characters specifies the product code (defined during product creation) of the product with which the record is associated. 3. Record number The third and final par...
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