Test suites are used to group a set of similar test cases. You might prefer to group your test cases per application or test type (e.g., functional tests or smoke tests), test suites will allow you to do so. Test suites also enable you to create smaller sets of test cases, simplifying the planning and analysis process. You can start designing test suites by selecting Design in the header.
Each project needs its own set of test suites. Make sure a project exist or create a project first to continue.
The test suites overview provides you with a list of designed test suites for the active project.
The name and amount of test cases are shown shown for each test suite. The filter icon to the left allows you to open the filters sidebar. You can use the search field next to the filter icon to find a test suite matching your search parameters. The cog button to the right enables you to edit what columns are shown in the test suites overview.
Test Suite Filters
You can use filters to find specific test suites matching your search parameters.
In the test suites overview, the filters sidebar on the left provides the following:
- With Test Cases
Keyword-based queries searches through name and description.
- Updated From - To
Show test suites that have been updated in a specific time frame.
- Trashed Test Suites
Show only the trashed test suites.
You can use the cog button on the top right of the filters to show or hide certain filter fields. Choose Reset to deactivate all set filters.