Q10011 - Do I have to use changeset?
The quick answer is no.
We do recommend you to use changeset feature in Firefly 3.0 to organize your tasks.
For each task, you can create a changeset in your local workspace, drag related files
into the changeset and work on them. When you finish coding, testing, you can submit
the changeset as a complete unit. This is a good practice for software development.
If you use Firefly to control your documentation project, or a website project, where
the dependency among files is not a big issue, you may not want to use changeset. Your
common tasks will be like checkout a file, editing, check it back in, and checkout
another file, etc. In this case, you can use the 'Default Changeset'. For each local
workspace, there is a built-in changeset - 'Default Changeset'. Unlike other user
created changeset, you don't have to submit everything inside the default changeset.
You can submit just one file or a subset in the default changeset. You don't have to
create a new changeset in order to do so.