When I do permutations over TestSets in the upper part there is TestSet ID. Can it be changed to TestSet name? I often do permutations of many TestSets one after another and sometimes forget which TestSet I have now.1 vote
Thank you for your request.
At the moment this feature is not in our roadmap , but we will update you in case it is decided to be there.
Have a good week!
We want to able our MP give feedback about the tests.
the problem is the comment permission and the edit permission are the same one.0 votes
Add incidences to jira from paractitest0 votesAdminOmri Berkovich (Admin, PractiTest) responded
Can you please clarify?
Using the current integration, you can create Issus in PractiTest and they would be shown on Jira.
Right now we can modify email notifications for pretty much everything (including batch edit) but unfortunately, not batch delete. It would be great to have the option to disable the notification for batch delete.0 votes
Say you have a mandatory field named 'Feature' in test cases. You might want to create a view named Features according to the value the Feature field has.
Currently you have to specify a view for each value of Feature.
Moreover, if you have a new feature, you have to add it manually to the filter.0 votes
We discussed it with Joel during his visit in Cambridge, UK. It would be beneficial to see Test Description on Test Set Run view (above the steps). Test Descrption contains essential test information and having them visible on this screen would help to understand the context of the steps without need to click multiple times to see it. Hoovering in upper right corner shows that, however it is unreadable in some cases.0 votes
We would like to update you that we added a new System Field – “Pre Conditions”, which now available to use.
Although this is not exactly what you meant in your request, you should know that you can find this field above the first step of your test, so it can be useful for your purpose.
By the way, another option is to hover “Test in Test Library” while running and see all the values that given for entire fields, include the Test Description field.
Hope this will be helpful.
I can't find any way to link a Requirement to an Exploratory Test run. This is an essential step in testing that PractiTest covers well in a full test run, but it's valuable and important for my QA team to move towards unscripted testing of requirements in the right situations. When this happens, we can't close the loop on our Jira stories without being able to import them as a Requirement and link it to an ET Test Run.0 votes
On Test Set view there is an option to assign to specific Tester. In order to do it you need to choose Tester and Save view. So if you want to run a test set you need to: 1. assign it to yourself 2. save 3. run. I think step 3 is not needed. Run Now could also save changes or at least Assigner.0 votes
(Short report description/summary to be added manually by the reporter)0 votes
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