Add new Release from defects when choosing "Detected in Release"

Idea ID 2832476

Add new Release from defects when choosing "Detected in Release"

....its really annoying for users that they have to switch to Management to add a new Release....when you're in the middle of creating a defect and the Release doesn't exist it would be so userfriendly it it could be added directly when adding a defect

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2 Comments
Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
Status changed to: Declined

Hi @Jesper ,

Unfortunately we will have to decline this request as in most cases there are dedicated users that allow to create a new release (so when QA\Dev are submitting new defects they will not have permission to create a release). In addition, this is something that usually done in advance and not "on the fly". Therefore, the probability that we will invest in such a feature is quite low. 

Thanks,

Adi 

Admiral
Admiral

That might be the case for Octane R&D.....but certainly not for our case! Please don't decline this!

We don't prevent certain users to create release as in some areas we have many small release pr. week - being superagile and maintaining many application in same workspace.....so for us it makes a lot of sense!

Why not have the customers of Octane decide if they want to open of for this - seems strange to me to decline usuability - it could even work with permission depending on roles. So if developers can add Release this would make life easier for them....

 

br jesper

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