Module Library

From time to time you may have similar projects by the structure. To decrease the planning time and make the process of copying elements from one project to another more comfortable, Module Library has been developed. With its help, you can easily store a set of typical summaries and tasks and use them in many projects.

Overall Overview

You can find Module Library in Pipeline or Quick Edit mode if you have corresponding permission for project view and management.

Screen #1 – Module Library – Opening

Basic Operations

By default, Module Library is empty. It’s up to a project manager to add items in it.

Adding Items

To add a new item into the library,

  1. Find it on the Pipeline page
  2. Select the “Add to module library” item from the context menu.

Screen #2 – Module Library – Adding a new element

Editing

You can rename any element of the Module Library by selecting the “Edit” icon located to the right of the item’s name.

 Screen #3 – Module Library – Name editing

Removing

To remove an item from the Module list, click the “Delete” icon located to the right of its name.

 Screen #4 – Module Library – Items deletion

Inserting

You can add any element with drag-and-drop.

Screen #5 – Module Library – Adding elements  to the project from the Module library

Module Library Use Limitations

Module Library with its full functionality can be used for the projects of the following types:

  • Internal,
  • MSP, and
  • CSV.

However, there is a limitation of Module Library usage for JIRA projects, since they don’t support a hierarchy of more than 3 levels. As result, a user can only copy items from a project to the Library.

 Screen #6 – Module Library – Copy-Pasting elements from the Module library into the project

Updated on April 14, 2021

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