Adding, viewing, editing cards and lanes on views. Sorting and prioritizing cards. Drag'n'drop cards in batches.
Adding Custom Fields to almost all Targetprocess entities. Detailed descriptions for each Custom Field type. Mandatory Custom Fields.
Following entities and receiving email notifications about changes.
It often comes that way that one piece of work is tied to another piece of work. In Targetprocess you can track such dependencies via Relations.
Importing work items using CSV (comma-separated values) files.
Business Value indicates entity importance from customer’s point of view. The most valuable work items should be implemented as early as possible.
Productivity tip that suggests a handy way to refer to another entity
Q: How does your system save and manage documents? Is there a repository? Q: Is there a Wiki on your roadmap? Q: Can you connect to platforms such as MS SharePoint, Confluence, SVN or other popular ones in the market?
The concept of Rank is used to define the relative importance of entities such as User Stories, Tasks, Bugs etc. Every entity is assigned with a value that describes its global priority. Rank is changed internally every time you prioritize an entity. Rank(Numeric
Suppose you have 15 work items, and you need their State, Release/Sprint be changed and a new common Tag assigned. There were several ways to do such massive update, but all of them are tedious or time consuming. But not now! As
Targetprocess allows you to post Comments almost to any Entity. For example, when you open a User Story's detail page, in the Comments section you can click "+Add Comment" to write a new Comment: When you enter a
Starting with Targetprocess v.3.10.0, it is possible to split entities of several types: Epics, Features, User Stories, Bugs, Tasks, and Requests. For example, if you have a huge User Story with a long description that will require much work and
Where can I see the activity on my tasks? The ones I'm owner of or assigned to. For the moment we only have plans to implement such a feature. However there are several helpful views and widgets in Targetprocess
Q: Why is it that when I move an epic into a different project, associated features, user stories, bugs and tasks don't move along with it? Is there a way to do this? A: Indeed hierarchical links (such as
Ownership is granted to the User that creates an entity. When an entity is created, its Owner field is populated with a reference to the creator user. Permissions of Owners Owners can always edit and delete their own entities,
Every Targetprocess user has faced the challenge of quickly finding some entity which they recently viewed or modified. To simplify this process, we've added a special My Recent selection to the views list so you can quickly find the entities that
Any Project that is complete and not required for fast access at the moment can be archieved. Inactive projects become hidden from users but still reside in the database. We recommend deactivate projects and do not completely delete them
It is possible to build a report showing list of assigned entities (such as User Stories, Tasks, Bugs, Features, Requests) per user. Optionally, the report may include additional details such as the Role of a User in the
@mention the person you need in your comment and he’ll get an email notification.
Printing all the cards from a board view.
How to change the name of an entity, like User Story, Bug, Feature etc.
How to convert an entity, like User Story, Bug, Feature etc., to another type of entity without losing any of its contents.
Adding Tasks quickly using Task Creator Plugin.
There are multiple ways how users can submit records about Time spent during their work. Targetprocess requests them to update details on how many hours remain as well. Spent and remain time records can be registered on the following entities: User Stories,
Assigning users with different roles to the same work item. Adding roles to Assignments area. Roles with effort. Renaming and removing roles.
Several options exist which will allow Targetprocess data to be accessed by external users as simple viewers.
How to add, rename, merge or delete tags.
Markdown is a lightweight and easy-to-use syntax for styling all forms of writing on the Targetprocess platform.