Test cases update – March 2020

💡A test case in TestCaseLab is created on Test Case page in a specific suit, usually includes a specification of the inputs, execution conditions, testing procedure, and expected results that define a single test to be executed in Test Run to achieve a particular software testing objective, such as to exercise a particular program path or to verify compliance with a specific requirement and marked as passed, failed or blocked afterwards.

This time we have updated its functionality.

Added attachment feature for the test case steps.
Now you can add up to 2 attachments for any test case steps. 
Just click the ‘Attachment’ icon and upload the needed file.

✅Added the ability to expand and collapse test case details
Now you can hide the test case details when you need more space to work with steps to reproduce and expand it back when needed.

✅Added Drag & Drop feature for changing test case steps order.
Now you can change the ordering of the test case steps using the Drag & Drop feature. Hope you’ll love it.


✅The logic of the ‘Move to’ feature has been changed to ‘Copy to’ We’ve analyzed collected data, feedback and decided to change the way of how ‘Move to’ test cases feature work. Now it creates the duplicate of the test case and copies it to the selected project and suite instead of moving.

✅The number of child suites is enlarged up to 7 for the test cases page.

✅The bug with test case steps recovery is fixed completely.
We’ve added the ability to recover test case steps from the ‘Activity Stream’. Now you can easily recover any step after the test case was recovered by clicking the ‘Undo’ button in front of the needed test case step.

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by | April 6th, 2020