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    Simplify Requirements Management with synapseRT 9.0

     As a tester or developer, having clear requirements can enhance the quality of your software projects. It can reduce miscommunication, prevent project failure, and uncover latent errors early. Requirements analysis and management is the first step in the software development lifecycle. Creating and managing clear requirements in today's enterprises, which are on the DevOps journey, is a daunting task. Communicating about the changing requirements across teams is an important capability of an RM software.

    synapseRT for Atlassian Jira, now with a 9.0 version, is a one-of-a-kind app with enterprise-ready testing and requirements management (RM) capabilities that simplify the testing process for the product and IT teams in organizations. It is scalable, easy to install and to use, and has a simple interface that leaves behind the hassle of integrating RM software with a testing toolkit. Enterprises using synapseRT have benefited immensely from its testing capabilities and requirements traceability feature. We now bring you the brand new version with advanced RM capabilities.

    Now you can do more than track requirements or trace a functional requirement to its origin; you can access versions and changes, store requirements in folders and reuse them, manage the history-of-change, record the arguments behind the changes, and define requirements baselines.

    Advanced RM capabilities 

    In addition to the existing requirements traceability feature that allows you to seamlessly track the status of requirements, synapseRT 9.0 has three new features:

    Folder Structure of Requirements

    Use the new "requirements suite" feature to organize requirement issues into a folder structure. You can now easily group and categorize requirements without using the requirements hierarchy feature. Drag and drop your requirements to different requirements suites to make sure they are properly categorized. You don't have to rely on tedious manual documentation processes to create and share requirements any longer. 

    Versioning of Requirements

    Versioning is a big boon for project managers specifically. You can automatically record requirements' changes and label the change history with a "version number." Versioning helps the user track a requirement's changes and create a new version of the requirement manually when necessary. Then you can check any saved version of a requirement, or do a comparison between different versions when needed. Users can reconstruct requirements by using the versioning capabilities.

    Baselining of Requirements

    A requirement baseline includes a set of versions tagged "requirement issues." Requirements baselines enable you to keep track of changes made to your project over time. Users can compare two different baselines to check for important modifications, additions, and deletions for the set of requirements approved by stakeholders. At sign-off, or the move to a new version/phase, a new baseline can be created to capture the new state of the requirements.

    To get a complete understanding of how each feature works and how you can benefit from it, take a look at our detailed user guide.

    Additional features

    UI improvements

    synapseRT 9.0 brings countless UI improvements across the product. We are continually looking for opportunities to improve the product's usability, and will continue to do so in the future.

    Understand use cases for all the new features and how you can deliver a seamless software project.

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    Tags: Requirements management, Versioning, Baselining

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    Soumya Menon

    Written by Soumya Menon

    Marketing Communication and Content Manager at Go2Group, responsible for communication and content marketing strategy. For 11 years, I have assisted businesses in B2B and B2C industries in integrating content marketing into their marketing plans to achieve their business goals. I specialize in creating and developing content (in-bound and out-bound) across various online and offline channels from websites, blogs, and social media platforms to email marketing, mobile marketing, and marketing communication collateral.

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