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Software Planner can track the workflow of your requirements, allowing you to analyze the number of requirements that are new, awaiting approval, awaiting estimate, approved, rejected, closed, etc. These workflow states are fully configurable.
Software Planner allows you to organize your Requirements any way you wish. For example, you may consider organizing Requirements by software release, agile sprint, etc. Or you may decide to do it by product line, software release, etc. When adding new requirements, it is a good idea to use a numbering scheme that will make sets of requirements easy to identify. A common way to do this is to come up with a standard naming convention.
If you plan to use the project management features of Software Planner, you can easily integrate the requirements area with the project management area. A good approach is to define your requirements for your software release, then create a project plan for the software release.
It is a good idea to create a requirement document that describes the feature being developed and contains prototypes that can be used by the team to fully understand how the feature is to be implemented. Doing this has many benefits:
Once your requirements are entered, you can analyze them with our built-in reports and dashboards.