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Atlas 4.2 Released

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We are pleased to announce the release of Atlas 4.2 and Rhythm 4.2.

 There are many new feature in this release- here’s just a few:

 New Atlas 4.2 enhancements include:

  • Restore version from history: Return to previous version of a Requirement.
  • Report enhancements: Includes additional relationship details, overview of test results, hierarchical table of contents, and more.
  • Efficient editing of multiple requirements:Requirements grid now supports bulk editing and concurrent locking.
  • Export data: Export to Excel/CSV now exports what is shown in the grid, honoring column, filter and sort order.
  • Impact of change: Refined relationship diagram (trace direction, filtering, trace type, etc.).

 New Rhythm 4.2 enhancements include:

  • User capacity planning: Individual users can customize their availability at both the Project level and the Sprint level. 
  • Change package visibility: Understanding related files and impacts for change-sets provides users greater understanding of work context.
  • Sprint & Release Cumulative Flow: These new charts show the amount of work in various states at the Sprint and Release level
  • Relationship Impact Management: Users view related items and can filter on item type, relationship type, or relationship status.
  • Team Room Burndown Chart: Displays Capacity, Ideal Burndown, Current Burndown and Burnup.

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