The New UX should have ALM capabilities for managing changes like the old UX

Hi Anaplan, 

 

The New UX currently lacks ALM capability like the old UX does. 

The benefit of this would be managing updates to apps as you currenly can in the old UX. 

 

It would great if the New UX had ALM capabilities like the old UX.

 

Thanks,

 

Usman

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  • Status changed to: Delivered
  • YES! ALM has greatly contributed to our reliability and the trust of end-users in Anaplan. It enables us to demo and test major changes before releasing them into production. The new UX has to offer similar features that allow a full DTAP street with critical models. We can not work without it.

  • Status changed to: Delivered
  • Haven't explored the new UX yet, but that's a huge miss to not have ALM for apps!

  • I think it'd be a dealbreaker for our organisation to migrate anything substantial to new UX without this functionality... I remember the times before ALMs existed and that was terrible!

  • Status changed to: Delivered
  • Status changed to: Delivered
  • We have now launched this capability for Anaplan's UX!

    Here is a best practices link for more information: https://community.anaplan.com/t5/Best-Practices/Application-Lifecycle-Management-for-the-User-Experience/tac-p/74769

    Thanks!

  • Status changed to: Delivered
  • @ChrisM nice try! 😉 The current capabilities are a good start, no doubt! But it's still an administrative nightmare in "best practise" if you want to follow a full DTAP street. Looking forward to see further improvements coming in.

  • Hi @vicky_ascencio 
    Could you please clarify why the status was change to delivered?

    This point is still a high demand request and best practice workaround is just a workaround (admin nightmare workaround).

    Could we please reopen this idea please?

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