Release Notes ReqSuite® RM 3.7

In ReqSuite® RM 3.7, which is released on 10th February 2022, again more than 180 improvements and new features have been integrated. The most important modifications are listed below.


  • Fine-grained authorization management via groups
  • Subscribing to change notifications for any items
  • Better protection when deleting critical data (e.g. project templates, users, etc.)

Visual Customization

  • Dynamic calculation of color scheme instead of manual definition
  • Mode for colorful display
  • Possibility to define colors and symbols for individual projects
  • Ability to define symbols for enumeration values
  • Ability to define colors for states

Element Editing

  • New shortcut Ctrl+# to create a new element directly from the editing window
  • Possibility to check change effects also for read-only elements
  • Linkability of elements even if they are in a read-only state
  • Safety prompt in case of unsaved changes when closing the editing window
  • Automatic saving of the layout of dependency graphs
  • Redesign of the multi-link window similar to the single link window

Table & Board Operations

  • Tooltips and alternative naming for entries in the table header
  • Filter option for specially marked elements (e.g. with comment, quality problem, exceeded deadline, etc.)

Reuse & Assistance

  • Automatic maintenance of changes to referenced elements after they have been transferred from a read-only state to an editable state

Exports & Imports

  • Template-based Excel exports (similar to Word exports)
  • Discontinuation of 2-dimensional advanced Excel exports

Interfaces to other Tools

  • Interface to Redmine
  • Interface to TestRail

Versioning / Baselining

  • Complete display of all changes when comparing two element versions (i.e. besides attributes also relationships, attachments, etc.)
  • Detailed display of differences in Word documents of different baselines
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Sebastian Adam

Dr. Sebastian Adam is Managing Director of OSSENO Software GmbH and responsible for product innovation and marketing. Before joining OSSENO, he worked for 10 years as a consultant, scientist and team leader for requirements engineering at the Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering (IESE). Dr. Adam has assisted several dozen companies and has best practices in the introduction and implementation of requirements engineering across all industries.