Test cases help guide testers through a sequence of instructions to determine whether software meets the pre-defined requirements. They are grouped into test suites.
You can start designing test cases by opening the test suites overview page via Design in the header. In the test suites overview page, select the name of the test suite or the 'arrow' button to the right. This leads you to the test cases overview page of the specific test suite.
The test cases overview provides you with a list of all test cases for a specific test suite. The test case code, name, requirements, and whether a test case is a draft or not are shown for each test case. 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 case matching your search parameters. The cog button to the right enables you to edit what columns are shown in the test cases overview.
Test Case Filters
You can use filters to find specific test cases matching your search parameters.
In the test cases overview, the filters sidebar on the left provides the following:
Only show test cases related to the selected requirement(s).
Only show test cases related to the selected risk(s).
Only show test cases related to the selected application(s).
Show the test cases with or without preconditions.
- Expected result
Show the test cases with or without expected result.
- Test data
Show the test cases with or without test data.
- With / Without test Runs
Show the test cases with or without test runs.
Show the test cases linked to the tags that you defined.
Show only the test cases set as draft.
- Updated From -To
Show test cases that have been updated in a specific time frame.
- Trashed Test Cases
Show only the removed test cases.
You can use the cog button on the top right of the filters to show or hide certain filter fields. What is more, you can save your preference filters so you can restore your frequently used combinations at all times. Select the cog button to the left and select ‘Save Filter…’.
A pop-up will appear allowing you to set a recognizable name for your saved filter.
Choose Reset to deactivate all set filters.
Use multiple filters to combine several criteria like Requirements and Tags.
Test Case Columns
Code, Name, Requirements, and Draft are the default columns shown in the test cases overview. Toggle the visibility for each column by selecting the cog button to the top right of the test cases list.
Other columns that are available for the test cases overview: Risks, Applications, Duration, Created, and Updated. Choose Reset to Default to revert to the initial state.