Agile Central Labs
Agile Central Labs are the Wild West for our developers. It's a chance for our developers to release features to our customers with the caveat that they are unsupported.
Agile Central Labs includes the following topics:
What are Labs?
Many labs are created as part of Agile Central's Hackathon program. Hackathons provide our engineering team to channel their innovative side and explore interests that they are passionate about. Labs are a place for our developers to release features to our customers, with the understanding that these capabilities are in an unsupported state.
The fine print
Labs features are created for users that don't mind experimenting with features that may or may not have bugs or other issues. Labs are not covered by service level agreements (SLAs), nor are they supported by Support. There is no guarantee that they will work correctly (or at all). Labs features may be removed at any time. To put it succinctly, you're on your own if you decide to use a lab.
To try out labs, navigate to My Settings → Labs. You will need to accept the warning statement in order to continuing using labs:
A subscription administrator can try out individual labs and decide whether to make those available to their users to try out. To try out a lab, click the On For Me toggle:
To enable a lab for the subscription, click the Enabled For Subscription checkbox.
A user can turn on any lab enabled for the subscription. To try out a lab, click the On For Me toggle:
Any lab that is not enabled for the subscription, the user will see the name, the description and a note that says Not enabled for subscription. Contact your sub-admin for more info.
Now you're ready to start using Agile Central Labs — Happy experimenting!
Great, so you have been poking around and trying out a new lab. If you have gripes, praise, or constructive criticism, you can click the Give Feedback or Report an Issue button on the Labs page to submit your thoughts.