Lifecycle indicates various stages or status of issues. Lifecycle begins from detailing an issue and closures when the issue is settled or shut. An issue chiefly can have 3 phases − Open, Resolve, and Close. Nonetheless, Mantis underpins more status as is clarified further.
New − This is the main status for another issue when the clients report it. The following status might be "input", "recognized", "affirmed", "doled out" or "settled".
Feedback − This status is utilized for auditing reason. Prior to allocating to a colleague, an audit procedure happens to choose the legitimacy of issue and concern group. The following status might be "new", "relegated", or "settled".
Acknowledged − This status is utilized by the advancement group to send an affirmation about accepting an issue or to concur with the columnist's anxiety. In any case, it is conceivable that they have not yet replicated the issue. The following status is "allocated" or "affirmed".
Confirmed − This status is normally utilized by the improvement group to mirror that they have affirmed and duplicated the issue. The following status is "relegated".
Assigned − This status is utilized to mirror that the issue has been appointed to one of the colleagues and the colleague is dependable to fix it and effectively taking a shot at it. The following status is "settled".
Resolved − This status is utilized to mirror that the issue has been fixed or settled. An issue can be settled among any of the accompanying goals. For instance, an issue can be called as settled for "fixed", "copy", "won't fix", "no change required", or different reasons. The following status is "shut", or in the event that on the off chance that the issue is being re-opened, at that point it would be "input".
Closed − This status mirrors that the issue is shut and effectively approved. No further activities are required on it. When the issue gets shut, it conceals the issue from the View Issues page.