ReqFLO - Requirement Management for Jira

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Last updated Jan 17, 2018

Getting started

The ReqFLO app is a tool for requirement management build on the top of the Jira to support documenting, analyzing, tracing, prioritizing, and agreeing requirements.

Key Features

  • Auto numeration requirements in the tree: Don’t take care about numbering of every requirement. It can be done automatically, also when you change the position in the tree.
  • Drag&Drop requirements within tree: Change position of the requirement in the tree by using drag and drop feature.
  • Traceability View: Show relationships by correlating any two baselined requirement types using a many-to-many relationship comparison.
  • Modern UI: People will fell in love with ReqFLO app which uses AtlasKit components.

Explore the User Interface

Each branch in the requirements tree represents a requirement.

How to use ReqFLO

We assume you have app up and running on your Jira with valid evaluation license. The easiest way to start is creating a new Jira project with ReqFLO context using Getting Started page.

After providing project name and key, you are redirected to ReqFLO context. On the left you see requirements tree, while on the right - requirement view. To create first requirement, click a plus icon on the tree panel. Then provide summary, description, and type of requirement.

Click Create to save a requirement. You should see how the tree has changed and contains your just added object. When you click on the requirement, on the right panel requirement’s details (such as status, description, name, title or number) are displayed. You can also go to the detailed view of requirement by clicking Details button.