Keep your requirements organized
Organize, review, prioritize
Manage requirements from start to end.
Review & track
Prioritize with power
It’s never overreacting to ask for what you want and need.
– Amy Poehler
Organize your requirements
- Store requirements in folders and view the hierarchy in a tree view. Requirements management; have it your way!
- The detailed view tells you about the requirement’s priority, status, comments, date when and who created it, and much more. This makes your requirements management much easier.
- And speaking of organisation, we also have a world class Agile Board!
Review and track all changes
- When a user edits a requirement in ReQtest, information about the changes made is saved in the item’s history.
- Each change lists the time the change was made and the name of the user who made it, followed by the details of the change (what was changed and how).
- This way you can keep track of everything.
Keep track of requirement status
- Requirements can be tracked to see which ones are proposed, ready for testing or approved.
- You can change the names of status values and even add additional ones if needed.
- Ranking and prioritizing requirements is also a task in ReQtest.
- Prioritize requirements using any kind of scale you prefer: numeric, high/low/medium, or the MoSCoW scale (Must, Should, Could and Won’t).
Attach files to clarify requirements
- Attach design documents, mockups, or any other helpful files to requirements.
- This helps to clarify the requirements and is very helpful in requirements management.
- Testers can view requirements to easily write test cases, developers can use requirements to design and develop the system, and decision makers can quickly access decision support materials.
- Large amounts of data can be filtered and visualized in a bar or pie chart with a single mouse click.
- Export the chart to Word, Powerpoint or similar applications within seconds to create great looking reports and show off how well your requirements management is going!