The traceability matrix is the most powerful screen of Requirement Yogi.
At the beginning, there is a list of requirements
We recommend adjusting the search query to only display requirements you are interested in. For example, if you want to filter on the prefix "REQ-", use: key ~ 'REQ-%'.
Add columns to your report
You can add columns using the cog menu:
You can end up with the properties of each requirement. Note the "tree view" on the left, which lets you drill down into requirements.
Connect to Jira
If you have requirements attached to Jira issue, they can be included:
Of course, each Jira field can be displayed in the matrix in Confluence:
All of these options are available using the cog menu:
And if you Jira issues are linked to Jira issues:
This matrix can really gather a lot of information, and we recommend using it a lot.
Jira Cache (New in 3.1)
Jira integration is now faster since you can benefit from a cache.
As a user, the data you are seeing in the matrix is kept during 5 days.
Type of data cached:
Team from Portfolio
The user can empty his cached data by using the checkbox next to the "Get data from Jira" existing checkbox.
We don't have calculations yet. You can't display the percentage of children in a given status, for example. It can't be used to display % coverage, for example.
We don't have filters,
We may not have all Jira fields, but we've already developed renderers for Xray fields (Xray integration with Requirement Yogi) and we could do it for you too.
We practically have everything else.
List of supported Jira fields in the traceability matrix
All fields with types
(Datetime and datepickers are among the custom fields)
Custom fields (Atlassian)
Custom fields (Other vendors)
zephyr (basic fields)