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A Quick Look at the RTC Quick Planner – Part 1: Planning for Developers

A Quick Look at the RTC Quick Planner – Part 1: Planning for Developers

For developers, Rational Team Concert offers deep integrations with the Eclipse and Visual Studio IDE’s (Integrated Development Environments). These deep integrations allow developers to complete tasks such as:

  • View and prioritize the work items assigned to them
  • Create a new work item and associate it with a plan

But, what if you’re a developer who is not near your favorite IDE? Is there way to quickly and efficiently handle these tasks?

In the most recent update to Rational Team Concert, developers and other members of the development team make quick edits to work items and plans using a new feature called Quick Planner. In this blog article, we will look at how developers can utilize the Quick Planner, which is now available in the v5.0.2 version of RTC.

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