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Team Edition System Settings

This feature is available Team edition only.

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Overview

In Team Edition System Settings, you can customize Lifecycle to your specific environment by enabling or disabling the extended features displayed throughout the system. Having trouble figuring out what edition of Lifecycle you are using?  See How do I know what edition I'm on?  to learn more.

Enabling/Disabling Features

  1. Select Admin > System Settings.
  2. In the System Settings window, choose from the following options, and then click Apply.

Notes:

  • All members should be logged out of Lifecycle when making this change.
  • Changing the System Settings options do not affect the data stored in the the database. 

Option

Description

Effort Tracking

Enables Effort Tracking in the system. By default, Effort Tracking is disabled in the Scrum methodology template, but enabled for other methodology templates

Terminology Overrides

Allows you to change the default terms Lifecycle uses to refer to "backlog items" and "sprints". Note that these changes will override any conflicting localization changes that have already been applied. Send localization requests directly to support@versionone.com.

Integrations

Build Integration

  • Replaces the "Build" text field on backlog items with a relationship to the Build ​Run asset

  • Replaces the "Found In Build", "Found in Version", and "Resolved in Build" fields in defects with a relationship to the Pipeline Run asset

Guest Collaborators*

Options

Timezone*

  • Displays time stamps and sprint boundaries in the selected time zone. If not configured, the system uses the server's time zone setting

Administrative Contacts (on-demand hosted systems only)

Allows you to enter one or more email addresses to be notified in case of system downtime or other critical issues. These addresses are used by the Lifecycle online operations group to broadcast important updates to on-demand customers on an as-needed basis. This list is not used for marketing purposes. Typically, this list includes system administrators and other key users.

For readability, separate email addresses by new lines. Below are examples of valid email formats:

Andre Agile <andre.agile@company.com>
sally@company.com
Lee B. <leebain@company.com>

In Winter 2016 Point Release Release #3 - Build 16.0.3.233, the term "Build Runs" was changed to "Pipeline Runs". In earlier releases, "Build Runs" is still used.

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