The ReqFLO app is a tool for requirement management built on the top of Jira to support documenting, analyzing, tracing, prioritizing, and agreeing requirements.
- Auto numeration of requirements in the tree: Don’t worry about numbering every requirement. You can do that automatically, also when changing the position in the tree.
- Drag & drop requirements within tree: Change requirement position in the tree by using a smart drag & drop feature.
- Traceability View: Show relationships by correlating any two baselined requirement types using many-to-many relationship comparison.
- Modern UI: ReqFLO uses AtlasKit components to provide users with a great interface.
Explore the User Interface
Each branch in the requirements tree represents a requirement.
How to use ReqFLO
We assume that you already have the app up and running on your Jira with a valid evaluation license. The easiest way to start is by creating a new Jira project within the ReqFLO context using Getting Started page.
After providing the project name and key, you are redirected to ReqFLO context. On the left side, you see the requirements tree, on the right - the requirement view. To create first requirement, click a plus icon on the tree panel. Then provide the summary, description, and type of requirement.
Click Create to save a requirement. You should see how the tree has changed and now contains your new object. When you click on the requirement, you see all the requirement’s details (such as status, description, name, title or number) displayed on the right-hand panel. You can also get a detailed view of requirement by clicking Details button.