Top-level documents hold the project and document priorities that are applied for all of its content, including individual content items and subdocuments. Learn to create a new requirement document (root) to which requirements can be added.... (Show more)(Show less)
The graphical user interface (GUI) is a program interface that uses a number of visual components (such as icons, pointers, and drop-down menus) to execute commands. Review the main components and functionality of the Integrity Graphical User Interface.
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Rich content enhances long text fields by enabling you to add, edit, and format items such as text, lists, tables, background colors, images, and hyperlinks. Learn how to edit a rich text field on an item and perform some rich content actions.... (Show more)(Show less)
Suspect Relationships are flagged when an item that changes has downstream traces which may be affected by the change. Learn to make a change to a requirement, view where the Suspect Relationship Flag is set, and remove the flag.... (Show more)(Show less)