A 'Release' is a way of grouping together inputs that will all be completed by a specific date or within a specific timeframe.
Using releases is how you record the timeframe over which action inputs will be completed in ATC. They are important for Change Management, as they can be set up to show when prioritised actions will be completed. They are not generally required for Process Execution.
A release is a way of grouping inputs together that will all be completed by a specific date or within a specific timeframe. For example when using ATC to manage your software development roadmap, all features and fixes which will go live together can be grouped under a 'Release' date.
With any Change Management roadmap, it is generally important to show both when changes or improvement are going to take place and also record when they previously took place. Releases is the way to do this in ATC.
As standard releases can only be set up by Process Owners.
Releases are set up for each topic, so the Add Release button is in Topics.