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Using Standard Managed Services in a Project

Learn how to use re-usable Managed Services and add them in your Projects.

You can add pre-defined Managed Services in ScopeStack that allow you to quickly build out your Project.

Adding Managed Services

You can add reusable Managed Services to a Project. To see your managed services, navigate to Managed Services > Services.

If your project doesn't have any services, you'll see a page allowing you to add custom services.

If you have already added services, you will see the services listed here. In either case, to add services, click the Add Services button in the top left of the page.

Here you can see a breakdown of the services added to your Project along with the Quantity, Monthly Price, and Monthly Cost applied to the Managed Service.

Searching for Reusable Managed Services

The first step is finding the Managed Services you need to add to the Project.

At the top of the page you can search for Managed Services by name or filter the search by other aspects such as Line of Business or Blueprint. When you are finished, you may press the Search button to find the Managed Services you are looking for.

Adding Re-usable Managed Services to a Project

After selecting which Managed Services you want to add, you can click the Include Selected button at the bottom left of the page.

This will add the services you have selected to a list below where you can edit the quantity of each service before adding it to the project. When you have finished editing the services you may click the Add Services to Project button at the bottom left.

Once that has been completed you will be redirected to the Services page to see the services that you have added to the project. On this page you may edit the quantity of each service as well as arrange their order by dragging the three dots to the left of a service.

If your project doesn't have any services, you'll see a page allowing you to add custom services.

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