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    Efficient requirements management, all inside Jira Cloud

    Efficient requirements management, all inside Jira Cloud

    Efficient requirements management, all inside Jira Cloud

    Create and nest requirements in folders

    View and export traceability matrix

    Compare baselines

    Create requirements, link issues, and create child requirements. rmCloud supports organization of requirements in nested folders.

    See how requirements and issues are interlinked, making sure you have full coverage. Add additional requirement types and manage the hierarchy seen in the matrix.

    Baseline individual requirements or an entire project to see what has changed.

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    Take care of your Requirements Management needs on Jira Cloud. No need to leave Jira!

    • Create and link requirements
    • Add your own requirement types, manage hierarchy
    • Organize your requirements in a folder hierarchy structure
    • Link Jira issues to requirements directly from the Jira issue screen
    • Easily create custom fields for your requirements
    • Link Confluence content to your requirements by also installing rmCloud Connector
    • View and export traceability between requirements and associated issues
    • Create and compare baselines
    • CSV import - Whether you've been storing your requirements in Jira or in a cumbersome spreadsheet, you'll be able to import them into rmCloud.
    • Export to CSV and Word for reporting
    • Manually set the ID for each Requirement if desired

    Can't find a feature your team needs? Found a bug? Send us a message at support@purpledrapes.net

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    by Robert Brown on 2019-08-09
    It's a good start, and I would really like to see a usable requirements management app for Jira Cloud. However, rmCloud is too limited at the moment - it needs more issue types (you can change the names, but you can't have more than 2 types), there's no hierarchical issues, no links to test plans etc.
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    Purple Drapes

    Hi Robert,

    We now support adding additional requirement types and managing the hierarchy of the types. Documentation on that is here. Native test management support will be added in the future, but you can already link to other test plans if they are stored as Jira issues.


    Dan Ford

    by James Martin on 2019-03-17
    Great add-on for very basic stuff but would be VERY useful with some additional features. Some additional report and exporting functions would be great! It would be nice to get some additional linkage with JIRA giving the ability to report the trace from the Requirements in rmCloud thru the items in JIRA even if just to Confluence. I think this would just involve allowing to include rmCloud components in JIRA filters. Having a complete trace matrix is soooo valuable. Also, it would be nice to be able to control what displays in the columns like the Requirement Name instead of the ID. I think most people managing requirements use their own numbering and sort of ignore the assigned ID... or at least we do.
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    by Pankaj Aggarwal on 2019-02-03
    Fantastic app to get us started with connecting requirements and our test cases. Very responsive developer.
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    by Mark Hayen on 2018-12-05
    Very basic tool for managing requirments. I would like to see it adding links from a story to a requirement. At the moment it is not possible to click through easily
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    Purple Drapes

    Hi Mark,

    rmCloud actually does support adding links from a story (or any Jira issue type) to a requirement! You can either link to issues from the rmCloud requirement edit/create screen, or link to requirements from the Jira issue edit screen. More instructions are available here.

    We're also available to answer any questions via support and typically respond within 24 hours.

    Take care,

    Dan Ford

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    1. Log into your Jira instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Find new apps or Find new add-ons screen loads.
    3. Locate rmCloud - Requirements Management.
    4. Click Free trial to download and install your app.
    5. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

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