I recently started to use Jira for requirements and tests tracking (using TestFLO). I would like to know is there a Jira app which I could use for the following "workflow":
I envision something like code comments in GitHub (example). You can comment particular part of the document and/or create a requirement out of it.
There should be also some form of specification version tracking. So, if I create a requirement, I know in which version SOW was.
I would appreciate any guidance. Right now I feel totally lost - like a child in a fog...
What app could do that? Is Jira ok for it or should I consider Confluence or other platform?
Hi @Michał Bieńkowski ,
Thank you for asking.
My name is Radek Cichocki, and I am the product manager of TestFLO. Previously I used to lead a team of certified Jira consultants who implemented various processes using the Atlassian Stack.
The workflow that you mentioned can be, mostly, implemented using Confluence.
Let me break it down for you:
In short, it's a good idea to use Confluence to work on the content of the requirements, including text, pictures and diagrams (e.g. Gliffy, Lucidchart), and link the page in Confluence to a Jira issue which is used to track work on the requirement, it's coverage with tests, etc.
If you'd like our consultants to implement this for you or come up with a process that's best suited for you, or even if you'd like just to get a license for any of the products mentioned above, you can contact us at email@example.com.
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