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Cool “hidden” features in Rational Team Concert

If you want to become a real expert in Rational Team Concert, continue reading to find out about some cool features that can help you become even more productive. In this post, I direct your attention to a series of articles around the topic of cool, “hidden” features in Rational Team Concert. If you want […]

What’s New in Rational Team Concert 3.0: Part V – Work Item Enhancements

Rational Team Concert 3.0 is now available. Visit the RTC project page to learn more and get the highlights of what’s new! Or go download it now if you’re ready to dive in. This blog entry continues the tour around new & noteworthy features in Rational Team Concert 3.0, with a focus on Work Item […]

Simplified bug reporting in Rational Team Concert

Rational Team Concert has a little-known feature, which you can see in action on, to make bug reporting more simple for your stakeholders. With this feature, project owners can specify which work item categories are visible to all users, and which categories are visible to project members only. This means you can configure your […]

Getting your feet wet with feeds

Rational Team Concert has always supported newsfeeds as the preferred mechanism to track events in teams and projects. Are you still relying on old school e-mail notifications? Have you never thought about configuring Team Central and your personal Dashboard to use feeds efficiently? Then this post will give you some inspiration. To keep things short […]

Jazz tiny tip #3: Adding Work Item Query to Team Central

Displaying query results in Team Central can be a great way to monitor work item changes as they occur. Since the query is automatically run on a defined interval, the view quickly reflects changes that are important to you. I find that it is less “in your face” than having a popup alert, and easier […]

Jazz tiny tip #2: Work items and screenshots

When filing a defect with Team Concert, I often like to include a screenshot of the problem. Including a screenshot can make it much easier for the receiver of the defect to see what you’re talking about. Screenshots can be easily added to new, or existing, work items. Start by clicking the camera button in […]

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