Introduction webinar created by AlphaNodes GmbH, August 2018. Use the Space key or the arrow keys to navigate through all slides.
Hello and welcome to our introduction session on Redmine in about 6 minutes.
I am Claudia Meindl your Redmine Expert
covers the following sections:
Redmine is a web based project management software you access via using your webbrowser.
Redmine is build for teams to work on projects and track their tasks for this project.
According to the goal you want to accomplish you can use various functions within Redmine.
Typical functions are:
Teams outside software development also use Redmine - a lot!
Redmine has started in Development teams.
Over the past view years it has spread out to the rest of the whole product team.
More recently Redmine even spread across the entire company.
Software Development teams use Redmine to plan, track and release software, products or apps.
IT and Customer Support Teams use Redmine to track issues on customer requests and problems to deliver an appropriate service to help their users.
Business Teams like Finance, Marketing, Management (agile or classical) use Redmine to manage projects and keep their teams organized.
These are just 3 typical Use Cases for Redmine. There are actually much more. Just use your imagination.
What you can do in Redmine depends on what Role (or Job) you have in your company.
The whole team works on a project and has access to functions like issues, wiki and repository.
But only the IT-Manager of the team has access to the project configuration and other functions in this area.
Based on your job role your Redmine Administrator sets up your permissions in Redmine.
Redmine users with administration rights control what functions and areas a user has access to and what you can do in Redmine.
But the basic navigations are the same.
Here you navigate to different parts of Redmine you have access to.
Provides access to:
Here you navigate through available functions, based on your role.
Provides access to available functions. This may be:
Here you search for tasks or other content in your projects.
In our tutorial we have introduced you to Redmine.
Try it! Go to your instance of Redmine and explore what you can do there.
Explore the menu and the content. Go to your profile. Complete it or add an Avatar. Try to get familiar with the desktop overview.
For further information on Redmine or more assistance call for help.
Or contact us via mail: email@example.com