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Blueprint Storyteller is a visual application modeling tool that enables creating process models, design artifacts, and includes workflow to manage the lifecycle events and collaboration of the artifacts.

Feature Comparison
FEATURES

Issues

Quickly set the status, assignee or milestone for multiple issues at the same time or easily filter them on any properties. See milestones and issues across projects.

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Labels

Labels provide an easy way to categorize issues, merge requests, or epics based on descriptive titles as ‘bug’, or ‘documentation’.

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Burnup Charts

With Milestone and Iteration Burnup Charts, you can better understand scope change during a sprint or while working on a new version of your software.

Read our Burnup Charts documentation

Burndown Charts

GitLab provides Burndown Charts as part of Milestones and Iterations. This allows users to better track progress during a sprint or while working on a new version of their software.

Read our Burndown Charts Documentation

Project Issue Board

GitLab has Issue Boards, each list of an Issue Board is based on a label that exists in your issue tracker. The Issue Board will therefore match the state of your issue tracker in a user-friendly way.

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Group Issue Board

Issue board scoped at the group level, so that you can view issues in all projects of that group.

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Multiple Project Issue Boards

Large companies often have hundreds of different projects, all with different moving parts at the same time. GitLab allows for multiple Issue Boards for a single project so you can plan, organize, and visualize a workflow for a feature or product release. Multiple Issue Boards are particularly useful for large projects with more than one team or in situations where a repository is used to host the code of multiple products.

Multiple Project Issue Boards

Single level Epics

Plan and track features and work group level epics that collect issues together. Easily create and assign Issues directly from the Epic itself

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Multi-level Epics

Plan and track strategies, initiatives, and features with multi-level epics. Organize and prioritize work across multiple children epics and their issues within the Epic Tree.

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Confidential Epics

Organize a collection of related confidential issues into a confidential epic, allowing you to manage sensitive work more efficiently.

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Roadmaps

Visualize multiple epics and milestones across time in a roadmap view.

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Portfolio-level Roadmaps

Establish product vision and strategy, gain progress insights, organize, govern and shape the effort of multi-disciplinary teams with portfolio-level roadmaps.

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Planning hierarchy

Using epics and issues together results in a planning hierarchy that spans groups and projects. This allows multiple layers of breaking down work and better organization. Hierarchy starts with single level epics in Premium. It becomes more flexible with mult-level epics in Ultimate.

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Out-of-the-box Agile Reporting

Teams have access to more than a dozen out-of-the-box reports with real-time, actionable insights into how their team is performing sprint over sprint. Example reports are sprint burndown, epic burndown, cumulative flow diagram, velocity chart, burn up chart, and sprint report.

Read our Burndown Chart Documentation

Issue Analytics

See issue analytics at the group level.

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Requirements Management

Gather, document, refine, and track approval of business and system requirements. Define traceability between requirements and other requirements, code, or test cases.

See direction page for details

Satisfy Requirements from CI/CD pipelines

This powerful feature uses the GitLab single-application model to allow testing run in the CI/CD pipelines to satisfy your requirements. This automates the cumbersome task of identifying satisfied requirements, and enables your organization to focus on delivering value.

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Import & Export Requirements

To better collaborate with external groups and organizations, requirements can be imported and exported in CSV format. This allows teams to use a single interface for development and testing against requirements.

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Merge Requests

Create merge requests and @mention team members to review and safely merge your changes.

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