Speed up test case creation with reusable test cases elements and easily content filling to save time during testing.
Create a steps database that will describe application actions. Then quickly create test cases using built-in auto-suggestion and auto-completion features.
Receive automated test results immediately. Designed reporter send information in real-time. Possible access to test report results once even 1 test is executed.
If you need to change the same information in a large number of tests, use bulk editing mode instead of manually editing each item. Bulk editing is a quick way to create or edit multiple test cases at once using the YAML format in the special dialogue box.
Add to your test cases parameters, which means tests variables. And during the execution, each parameter creates a new particular test. Test case execution is like on the parallel mode.
In Steps database is implemented sorting steps by types and frequency counting mention of each step.
Easily if you need it, manipulate your tests. Move your test cases in the same test suit or outside to other suits within the same project.
Design your own predefined test case or customize fields in existing built-in templates on the Settings. And use these templates, again and again, to save time during test case creation.
Write your test cases at times faster. Keep text fragments, sets of steps and other reusable test cases elements into ready to use components and then call them in one or in multiple tests.
Archive testing projects when you no longer needed them, but you want to retain these projects for future reference. Then all Archived projects you will be able to be easily restored with one click.
Global search is a powerful search engine enabling you to search test cases or test suites in any project in a second just type the name of the test case.
Test Cases can be exported together with all suites information in xlsx spreadsheet. It means that you can edit your exported Test Cases and Test Steps outside the test management system and then import tests back re-using for another project.