Example: Subject Folders on Different Hierarchical Levels
You can define a subject folder to be a subfolder of the preceding subject folder. To do this, use the Close Folder button to place the Close Folder mark for the parent folder after all its subfolders.
For example, to define Subject_2 as a subfolder of Subject_1, and Subject_3 and Subject_4 as subfolders of Subject_2, place the Close Folder mark for Subject_2 after the definitions of its subfolders. Place the Close Folder mark for Subject_1 at the very end.
When the document contains paragraphs, place each Close Folder mark on its own line in the appropriate location. Note that the Close Folder marks for Subject_1 and Subject_2 are inserted after Subject_3 and Subject_4.
When the data are provided as a table, add a column to the end of the table and place each Close Folder mark in the appropriate location:
After you export the requirements to ALM, Subject_2 is displayed as a child of Subject_1, and Subject_3 and Subject_4 are displayed as children of Subject_2.