in in-STEP BLUE, relationships between products are created through references. How can references be limited to concrete product types?
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In in-STEP BLUE you can record information in forms and manage it in lists. Learn how to easily flick through forms here.
You can export information from in-STEP BLUE to MS Project. It also works for custom in-STEP BLUE properties.
In in-STEP BLUE you can secure state changes with a password request. This helps avoid mistakes and to increase security.
Forms can easily be adapted individually in in-STEP BLUE. Read here how to display the properties directly in the title bar.
You can exchange information between JIRA and in-STEP BLUE. Read how you can adapt your system for data exchange in just a few minutes.
How do you use ReqIF to import and export requirements? Read these instructions to find out how the ReqIF interface works in in-STEP BLUE.
Step by step to a ticket system in in-STEP BLUE. Today is step 11: plan work assignments with activities.
Step by step to a ticket system with in-STEP BLUE. Today is step 10: use multi Excel export for the parellel evaluation of different views.
Step by step to your in-STEP BLUE ticket system. Today Step 9: Export tickets and ticket lists from in-STEP BLUE to MS Excel.
Step by step to an in-STEP BLUE ticket system. Today step eight: create a work contract from a ticket form.
Step by step to a ticket system: today, step 7: create a work contract for tickets. Multi part series about managing tickets.
Step by step to a ticket system with in-STEP BLUE. Today, step six: how to display a ticket list in MS Word by using a template.
Step by step to a ticket system: Today, step five: how to display a ticket in MS Word by using custom templates.
Step by step to a ticket system. Today, step four: determine the storage location for the tickets and create the first one.
Step by step to an in-STEP BLUE ticket system. Today, step 3: Determine the storage location of the tickets and create the first ones.
Step by step to an in-STEP BLUE ticket system. Today is step two: create a product type for tickets. Steps to manage tickets.
With in-STEP BLUE you plan projects. And you also manage requirements, change requests, tests or even tickets. A step by step guide for a ticket system.
How to create products with in-STEP BLUE like project state reports or meeting protocols with the click of a button over a certain period.