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By providing features such as project collaborators, the Portfolio and automated notifications, SymfonyInsight is well suited to get a daily overview of your project's quality and size.
But before being able to leverage these features, your team need to get up and running with SymfonyInsight. This document explains how to configure SymfonyInsight as a team working on multiple projects in order to let you track the progress and quality of each of these project easily.
First, to get started on SymfonyInsight as a team, have a look at the Getting started as a team tutorial that will guide you through the basic configuration of the product and how to add your team as collaborators on your projects.
Once ready, there are several features you can use in order to get an overview of your projects and be alerted when necessary.
In order to create a useful overview of your projects and to know when to alert you about them, SymfonyInsight needs to be used on all your projects.
There are documentation sections specifically written to help you with each platform where the code of your application may be hosted:
SymfonyInsight works much better when it has a complete overview of your project's code and improvements. To get this complete overview, it needs to be triggered each time the code of your application changes. This is where automatic analyses are useful.
Automatic analysis works by asking the platform hosting the code of your application to notify SymfoynInsight when the code changes. Each documentation section for specific platforms has a part about how to configure automatic analysis:
Enabling it on every project helps SymfonyInsight be aware of the code changes, which it uses to notify you and give you a better picture of your projects.
In addition to automatic analyses, you can also enable Pull Requests analysis if you use GitHub. This will help your team get quality feedbacks directly in GitHub, reducing the amount of technical debt at its source.
Once all your projects are monitored by SymfonyInsight, you are able to access the dashboard of the product to see the quality of each project quickly.
However, sometimes being notified when something goes wrong is better than having to look at the data yourself.
There are several ways to do so, each described in a dedicated documentation section:
In addition to the detailed information SymfonyInsight is able to provide to developers, it also creates a global overview of your project's quality and growth.
The Portfolio is a unified dashboard of quality and size comparisons showing the evolution of your projects over time. It is designed to help teams make better decisions about quality by providing them the data they need for communication.
To learn more about the Portfolio, you can read Portfolio documentation section.
Using the Portfolio or directly in the project's analysis, you can print quality reports.
While a SaaS product is highly flexible to work with on a daily basis, printed reports are a great way to communicate about your projects outside of your team. More specifically, printed reports are used by many SymfonyInsight customers to show their client the progress of their project.
You can read the dedicated documentation section to learn more about how print such reports.