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How logging of the system maximises traceability of changes in issues and in projects.

Through the portlet "Recent Activity" you can see changes made on issues and projects in the system. This allows for better traceability and visibility of

recent changes you and you colleagues have done. In Project history it is also possible to see historic changes over a longer set of time and for that

project specifically.


Except tracing basic functionality in general it also covers these specific changes of the system:

 

Project access on users
When making changes in Users - (pick a user) - Project acces - User groups the following will show in the Recent activity-portlet:

Logging changes in user project access

 

Issue types in General - Settings

When making changes in General - Settings - Issue configuration - Issue types the following will show in the Recent activity-portlet:

 

 Logging new issue status

 


Issue statuses in General - Settings

When making changes in General - Settings - Issue configuration - Issue statuses the following will show in the Recent activity-portlet:

Logging new issue type

 

 

Projects tabs

When making changes in Project - Settings - Project tabs the following will show in the Recent activity-portlet:

 

Logging changes in project tabs

 

 

Project documents

When making changes in Project - Settings - Document the following will show in the Recent activity-portlet:

 

Logging changes in project document

 

 

 

Issue field configuration in projects

When making changes in Project - Settings - Issue field configuration the following will show in the Recent activity-portlet:

 

Logging changes in project issue field configuration

 

 

Sub-issues in project settings

When making changes in Project - Settings - Sub-issues the following will show in the Recent activity-portlet:

 

Logging changes in project sub-issues


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