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User is offline Justin
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Functional and non-functional requirements 

Please, need help to identify which requirements (listed below)  functional / non-functional


1.     Supports fast page loading.

2.     Has a clear homepage layout (to make it easy to find information).

3.     Provides menus that facilitate finding information quickly.

4.     Displays pictures of section events.

5.     Supports concisely communicating valuable information.

6.     Includes information about section events (i.e., monthly meetings, refresher classes)

7.     Facilitates access from mobile/tablet platforms

8.     Homepage contains direct/quick links to important information (i.e., event registration)

9.     Serves as an information repository for members to access

10.  Provides ability to cancel registration for monthly meetings, refresher classes, etc

11.  Has efficient search engines to support finding information quickly.

12.  Supports the resolution of technical issues.

13.  Supports easy access for members to update their contact information/profile.

14.  Supports generating reports (i.e., event registration lists, etc.).

15.  Facilitates generating invoices for online payments (i.e., for event/meeting registration, etc.).

16.  Supports customizing the template for promotion/registration for special events

17.  Supports easily posting monthly meeting information.

18.   Supports capturing/storing walk-in information/registration at events

 
New Post 3/17/2019 6:25 AM
User is offline JasonDavis
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Re: Functional and non-functional requirements 
Hi. Depends on resource tasks.
 
New Post 3/28/2019 4:39 PM
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Re: Functional and non-functional requirements 

1.Supports fast page loading. - Non functional

2.Has a clear homepage layout (to make it easy to find information). - Functional

3.Provides menus that facilitate finding information quickly. - Functional

4.Displays pictures of section events. - Functional

5.Supports concisely communicating valuable information. - Functional

6.Includes information about section events (i.e., monthly meetings, refresher classes) - Functional

7.Facilitates access from mobile/tablet platforms - Functional

8.Homepage contains direct/quick links to important information (i.e., event registration) - Functional

9.Serves as an information repository for members to access - Functional

10.Provides ability to cancel registration for monthly meetings, refresher classes, etc - Functional

11.Has efficient search engines to support finding information quickly. - Functional (Search), Non functional (Searching quickly)

12.Supports the resolution of technical issues. - Functional

13.Supports easy access for members to update their contact information/profile. - Functional

14.Supports generating reports (i.e., event registration lists, etc.). - Functional

15.Facilitates generating invoices for online payments (i.e., for event/meeting registration, etc.). - Functional

16.Supports customizing the template for promotion/registration for special events - Functional

17.Supports easily posting monthly meeting information. - Functional

18.Supports capturing/storing walk-in information/registration at events - Functional

 
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