You determine the way an Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) window looks by selecting certain settings for it. For example, these settings may include applying a filter to grid columns, or sorting fields in a grid. You can save this view as a favorite view to be reloaded and used in the future.
You decide if others have accessibility to the favorite views by saving them to either a public folder or a private folder. Views in a public folder are accessible to all users. Views in a private folder are accessible only to the user who created them.
You can create subfolders to help you organize your favorite views. For example, you can create folders for different products, releases, or teams.
Consider the following when working with favorite views:
A favorite view is unique to the module in which the view is created. For example, the Favorites menu in the Defects module contains only favorite views created for the Defects module.
A favorite view includes the module view setting in which you create it, such as grid or tree view. For example, if you create a favorite view in the test plan tree view, and then load that favorite from the test grid view, ALM switches back to the test plan tree view.
In contrast, all Requirements module views except for the Requirements Grid view share favorite views. For example, if you create a favorite view in the Requirement Details view, loading the favorite from the Coverage Analysis view does not switch back to the Requirement Details view.
Some favorite view commands are accessible only to certain user groups. For details on user group privileges, refer to the Micro Focus Application Lifecycle Management Administrator Guide
For details on working with favorite views, see How to Use Favorite Views.