Teams and Projects Relations
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What is your name? *

 
What company do you work for? *

 
Start by watching this short video

 
Targetprocess supports the following team and project relations: *


 
That’s not quite right. Read the following article for some clarification:
https://guide.targetprocess.com/teams-and-projects.html


 
You are absolutely right!

To get more information on the topic, you can read the following article:
https://guide.targetprocess.com/teams-and-projects.html


 
You can display Teams or Projects as cards on a board. *


 
Sorry, but no.

It is possible. Read for more details here: https://guide.targetprocess.com/boards/cards.html


 
Of course you can!

For more information take a look at this article: https://guide.targetprocess.com/boards/cards.html


 
You don’t need to use teams in Targetprocess when you only have one team and one project in your organization. *


 
Not right.
People can be directly allocated to a project in this case.


 
Correct!
People can be directly allocated to a project in this case.


 
People allocated directly to a project: *


 
This is not the easiest topic.

Check out the following article for some help:
https://guide.targetprocess.com/teams-and-projects.html


 
Perfect!

If you’d like to get more information, check out the following article: https://guide.targetprocess.com/teams-and-projects.html


 
Teams can have a common release. *


 
They can. Take another look at the video above, it’s covered around the 3 minute mark.


 
You are absolutely right!
They can.


 
Teams can use Teams Iterations: *


 
Almost right. Teams Iterations should be used in both scenarios. *


 
Great job!  Teams Iterations should be used in both scenarios. *


 
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