What's New – Agile Manager 2.01
Improved Planning Tools
New Rejected Defect Status
New option to assign backlog items to a release when you assign the feature to a release. Drag a feature to a release bucket or click the Planning button.
- New Scoped feature status: Set a feature to Scoped to indicate that it is planned for a release, but work on the feature has not yet started.
The Features grid now displays Aggregated Story Points per feature and detailed footer data. Release buckets now show total feature story points in addition to story points aggregated from backlog items.
All grid footers now show the total story points for all selected items.
For more details about feature planning, see Plan and track features.
Set a defect to Rejected to indicate that it does not represent an actual defect in the product.
Setting a defect to Rejected closes the backlog item.
For details about other defect statuses, see Manage the defect life cycle.
On the Source Code page, filter the Change Impact and Change Log views by SCM branch. Select a branch from the SCM Branches selector at the top of the page.
In the Change Impact view, the SCM Branches selector is filtered to display only branches relevant to the selected application.
Filtering by branch is useful when you are tracking multiple parallel branches, or if you want to drill down into part of an application that consists of multiple branches.
For details, see Analyze source code trends.
- Hide grid columns directly from the column action dropdown menu.
- Restore the default grid display from the column selector . This shows the default columns and removes and filters, grouping, or sorting you defined.
For additional details about working in Agile Manager grids, see Grid actions.