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Traceability in FeaturePlan

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FeaturePlan allows you to create links between Requirements with the purpose of determining Prerequisites and Dependencies. However, this feature coupled with the abilityto assign Requirements to multiple Releases means that it is possible that conflicts may occur. For example, a prerequisite Requirement may be assigned to a later Release than it’sdependent Requirement, or you may have a Circular Reference Violation. To avoid these types of errors, these links are monitored by the Traceability ...
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  • web tasarım
    web tasarım says #
    Yes tru..You can turn off these kinds of traceability checks in the FeaturePlan Administrator Utility. Circular Reference Violatio
  • kurumsal seo
    kurumsal seo says #
    İnteresting ..FeaturePlan allows you to create links between Requirements with the purpose of determining Prerequisites and Depend
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Workflows in FeaturePlan

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Did you know... In FeaturePlan, you can use workflows to automate some of your tasks. There are currently two types of tasks that you can automate using workflows: Notifications and CascadingStatus Changes. About Notification Workflows In FeaturePlan, stakeholders are individuals and groups that have a particular interest in a product or record. Notification Workflows in FeaturePlan, allow you to set up groups ofstakeholders who will be notified by e-mail whenever changes are made to records ...
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Customizing FeaturePlan

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This post provides overviews and descriptions of why and how to go about customizing the FeaturePlan setup for your organization. It covers the following topics:• E-Mail Notification Templates• Task Templates• Stakeholders Notification Creating E-mail Notification TemplatesIt is possible to create multiple E-mail Templates for different cases. It is also possible to send more than one of these different e-mails to the same requestor from within the sameRequirement, perhaps at different stages. ...
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Working with FeaturePlan Editors

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The FeaturePlan Editors allow you to customize various fields throughout FeaturePlan to reflect your own organization’s terminology. With the exception of the Competitors Editor, alleditors are global to FeaturePlan. This allows everyone across your organization to work with the same terminology and choices. The list of options for these fields only needs to be created once and even if any changes are made, everyone has access to the same options. An exception to this is the CompetitorsEditor. ...
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Setting FeaturePlan Client Preferences

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Preferences are settings that affect the look of the FeaturePlan clients as well as the way you work with them. You can customize your preferences to suit the type of work you do andyour particular work habits. In the Windows client, the Preferences dialog box is divided into the following groups:General, Windows, E-mail Setup, Color Coding, Reports, and Stakeholder Notification. In the Web client, use the Preferences screen to set preferences for the following options: Confirmations, URL Val...
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