If youre a developer, these headaches might sound familiar to you: he ever-changing product requirements, messy version releases, and inefficient data monitoring. With Lark, you can collaborate with each other to create useful information and effective workflow to greatly enhance work efficiency.
🔖 Use Docs to larify equirements
Lark Docs supports a variety of rich content types, making it a perfect tool for teams to describe and consolidate their engineering requirements. As the product manager creates the product requirements document, you can view it in real time and make comments on specific parts of the Doc whenever you have questions. This ensures that questions and doubts are clarified at the outset, preventing time wastage caused by misunderstandings. For more information, Using Docs.
📊 Use Doc Templates to ecord rogress
Upon understanding the requirements, you can choose a Project Plan or Project Timeline template for planning, and use Gantt hart for R&D project management. You can edit the Doc simultaneously and consolidate dailyweekly work reports in one single platform. Relevant files and tables can be inserted directly into the Doc for further details. You can also view or comment on other people's Docs to get updates on the latest progress. For more information, Insert tables and multimedia elements in Docs.
📆 Use Calendar to tandardize ersion elease rocedure
You can create a version release calendar in Lark Calendar and add developers as sharing members to jointly manage it. You can then add new events to the calendar, and those whove subscribed to it the latest update on new version release. This is a very good way to standardize the release cycle and update people outside of the project on the latest development. For more information, .
📩 Use roup hat and ot for uick ebugging
Synced hat istory to ccelerate ebugging
When you report a bug, you just need to add the responsible developers to the group chat and @mention them. New group members have full visibility of all the past chat messages. This allows the developers to quickly understand the context and remove bugs. For more information, How to Use Messenger.