If you’re giving Helix ALM a try, here’s a quick and visual guide to show you how to add your team, so they can evaluate our modular, modern application lifecycle management tool.

1. Log In to Helix ALM 

After completing the sign-up process, visit https://tryhelixalm.perforce.com/ttweb/ and log in using the username and password provided in the welcome email.

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2. Choose Projects and Modules to Try

Once you’re logged in, you can select which type of project to try.

  • Traditional Template uses a Waterfall/Hybrid methodology.
  • Scrum Template uses an Agile methodology.
  • Life Sciences focuses on medical devices.

You can also choose the modules you are interested in during your trial. You can try all three modules or choose any combination of Helix RM for requirements management, Helix IM for issue management, and Helix TCM for test case management.

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3. Go to Administration

Now you’re ready to add your team. To add a user, click Administration in the left navigation bar.

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4. Add a User

On the Users page, click Add.

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Complete the user’s Credentials and assign them a username and password.

Note: Remember to assign a security group. Assigning a security group is required to ensure your team members can login and have access to Helix ALM.

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Under Licenses, you can assign the corresponding license. For the trial version, you can assign up to 200 floating licenses.

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You can also add Contact Information and any Notes about the user.

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After completing the user’s information, click Save.

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Find the new user in the Users list.

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And that’s it! You can continue adding users from this page by clicking the Add button and following Step 4.

Again, if you run experience any difficulties, contact Perforce Support and we’ll help you out.

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