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currently (I11.0) only short text is available; labels won't do the job and a workaround using a specified type + IBPL or QBR fields is way to complicated.
So please add the feature to TAG single or multiple item with one or multiple short re-usable text TAGs.
Just like in this community, we would like to have an easy, self-explaining way to organize/classify random items (or members/projects in SI) that share common "topics".
These topics can be dynamically created and/or reused from a given set of prior topics.
In contrast to the given relationship model:
- there shall be no need to leave the focus of the current item (vs. "create related item ...")
- it shall be possible to create and use a TAG during the editing of a current item (vs. to us an IBPL field, the "TAG-Item" must have been crated prior to the editing of the current item)
In Source the "member attribute" seems to be a comparable concept.
What is it that you would get from creating these TAGs, how will you use it?
I assume this request is related to Workflow & Documents?
It is related to IM and SI.
The idea is to have an easy way to identify and organize items or members or checkpoints by a common "TAG".
This would help especial in cases where you have dependencies or relationship that cross project or domain borders.
E.g. we want to tag a testcase, a source file, a checkpoint, a requirement, a defect and a model element all with the same "value" so we can cluster them without the need of a dedicated relationship field.
Inside our teams there could be "stakeholders / owners" of certain topic, that use the tags to filter their "content.or interest".
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