Second quarter of 2013 is over. Half way into this year, so much done and so much to do. We were busy this month with a few new features for this new version (Testuff 1.56).
The star feature, if I had to choose, is linking of a failed test to an existing defect. This has been a feature asked by many of you, so I’m sure it will be a success. Testers can now select to use an existing defect, when failing a test/step making sure the defects are better managed, list is kept shorter and is more efficient to work with. Developers will love it as well…
There’s much more on the version as the list below details. We’re constantly enhancing the API capabilities and what you can do with it, and we’re always improving trackers integration.
Our plans for the next version includes many new things, one to mention is for all those who use our automation tools integration – we’ll be trying to support initiation of automation tests directly from within Testuff.
So what’s new on the version:
- Link an existing defect to a new failed test – in the Bug Reporter, you’ll notice a new tab called Link an existing defect. Go to that tab, search for the defect (using free text) and link it to the test/step you are failing
Mark test as pass even if not all steps are passed – Right-click on the In-Progress test (the Run) and select Mark as passed from the menu
- New Report – by Test Stage
- Excel Import file new field supported – Labels
- API – Search a test ID by the test description/title
- New filter on Defects – show all defects for the project
- OnTime bug tracker – report defects to sub-projects is now supported
- Export of Requirements to Excel includes new fields – Updated_By, Last_Updated, Created_By, Create_Date and Labels
Visit our Website for a full list of all new features in all versions since 2007.
Testuff. There’s always something to wait for.
* Take a look at the list of tips we gathered here, for your convenience.