RequirementONE connects to 200+ online services using Zapier

Zapier enables you to exchange data between RequirementONE and other online services like Google Docs, GitHub, BaseCamp, JIRA, Email, XERO and many more.

How Zapier works

What do I need to know?

Data exchanges are based on triggers (an event that happens in either system e.g: a new requirement is added in RequirementOne) and actions (do something based on a trigger such as inserting a record in a Google Docs spreadsheet)

Currently RequirementOne supports the following triggers:

  • New requirement
  • Update requirement
  • New time registration

And the following actions:

  • Create a new requirement
  • Add a note to a requirement

Use cases for inspiration

Send an email (cc/bcc) with a note or comment regarding a requirement to a dedicated email address and it will automatically add the note to the referenced requirement. This will save a ton of time and make sure everything is right up to date.

During a GitHub code check-in for an issue or requirement the developer simply mentions the requirement or issue id and the GitHub comment and file links will automatically be referenced by the requirement or issue in RequirementOne – now that is cool!

When a requirement is created it is automatically logged in a Google Docs spreadsheet. This would be relevant for business requirements and change requests that would result in a potential sales opportunity which could be monitored by the accounts team.

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