We track our product requirements on pages. All requirement pages are created from a template. Each product req. page contains 4 tables: page properties, description of the requirement written by PO, analysis of the requirement which is done from BA, and status information/comments here all (PO, BA, team) can write questions, comments and etc.
Sometimes PO changes requirement’s description in 2nd table after the requirement is analysed and under development, and if BA is not informed, he can miss it.
Is there a way to filter recently updated pages where change has been done in table 2 only? Or BA to be notified each time when text in 2nd table is changed?
There is not a great way to do this. You would only be able to filter on which pages have had changes.
I would suggest improving your business process to ensure users as aware of changes. If the BA is added as a watcher as soon as it is assigned to them then they will be notified of the update made to the page. They can then watch for these changes.
I have also seen individuals make the section in the tables their own pages as a subpage under the full document. They then include that page in the full document. This allows them to track the page changes for the requirement document.
The BA could also filter on when and who made the update so they could check weekly if any of the POs they are working with made changes to any of the requirements they are overseeing.
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