Modifying Rally Projects within a Workspace
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Modifying Rally Projects within a Workspace

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Article ID: 271856

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Products

CA Agile Central SaaS (Rally)

Issue/Introduction

What is the process for modifying the project hierarchy in a CA Rally workspace, and how does it involve reorganizing projects to match team requirements? Additionally, how does the project hierarchy in Rally contribute to work item management and providing an overview of various initiatives? Can projects be moved to different hierarchy levels, such as becoming child projects of another project, and are there any limitations regarding the workspace?

Environment

Release : SAAS

Resolution

In Rally, a workspace is a high-level organizational unit that holds multiple projects. Each project within a workspace represents a specific initiative, team, or area of work. Projects enable you to manage user stories, tasks, defects, and other work items.

Modifying the project hierarchy in a Rally workspace involves reorganizing the structure of your projects to better suit your team's needs. The project hierarchy in Rally is crucial for managing work items and ensuring a clear overview of different initiatives.

Sometimes organizations may need to change the hierarchy level of a project and make it a child project of another project. Projects must be in the same workspace.

Here's a step-by-step guide on how to modify the project hierarchy:

  1. Log in to Rally using the Subscription admin/workspace admin role
  2. Select the project picker drop-down menu.
  3. Hover over the project (team) of interest and select Setup setup on the right side of the project name. The Setup setup icon displays next to projects where you have permission to edit.
  4. Select Actions, then select Edit from the Project Actions section.
  5. On the Edit Project page, select the Search search icon in the Parent field.
  6. On the Choose Parent window, select the new parent project and then select Choose.
  7. Select Save & Close.