Glossary Guru
Stable Version 10.0.0
Published on 19 May by 
Created on 15 January 2017
An Enterprise Glossary Application with Specifications Management capabilities, advanced import/export capabilities and synchronization to/from Enterprise Architect and JIRA.
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This application allows users to:

  • create glossaries of terminology and organise information in semantic domains (or projects). 
  • track and approve changes on data by supervisors using Business Processes
  • import information from a Specifications Management tools such as Enterprise Architect in order to execute advanced selections and visualise links between objects
  • by-directionally synchronise items with JIRA Cloud, including links and custom fields
What’s new (10.0.0)
  • Added Load Sample Data button shown on the homepage when the database contains no items; make it easy to bootstrap data to explore the application
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