Part I. Requirements

Requirements are a key part of any project management system. They can feed many other project management activities during the implementation, testing, and even post-production phases. In this section, I'll demonstrate some techniques for collecting and managing requirements.

In Chapter 2, you'll build a simple list for tracking requirements. Requirements can be expressed in various ways, so this list will be somewhat generic and allow attachments to provide details as appropriate. In Chapter 3, I'll show you how you can allow anyone to submit a requirement via e-mail. SharePoint stores these incoming emails in a document library. You will also add a simple workflow to review and extract the requirement details.

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