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A fully dressed example for the new Product Requirements Blueprint document?

A couple of fully dressed examples of specifications made with the new Product Requirements Blueprint would help users (me included) to better understand how the default sections are used by different teams and maybe Atlassian itself. Could anybody share please?

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Paul Greig Atlassian Team Apr 21, 2013

Hi Dennis,

The Atlassian OnDemand guide has a good example of mapping multiple product requirements pages into a summary page. This example is available here:



Hi Paul,

Thank you. The question is here exactly because Atlassian documenation has a demo of the summary page and thus it's clear how to use it but it doesn't have a sample of the requirements doc and thus qustions section and some other default elements are confusing for example.

Paul Greig Atlassian Team May 13, 2013

Hi Dennis,

The example of the requirements page appears just under the Summary page screenshot. If I understand what you are trying to acheive you would need to incorporate the 'Questions' section in the frame 'Page Properties', for example underneath the 'QA' block. From the summary page you would then edit 'Page Properties Report', this allow you to select which rows are displayed. You could add all rows or just 'Questions'. Once you same you will see the summary page is now displaying the title and any other fields you requested.



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