Testuff 1.53, the latest version, brings with it exciting news. We’ve started a new journey, introducing the first part of the new capability of integrating your requirements, as stored on your bug tracker, with Testuff requirements module.
With this new feature you can create requirements in Testuff by pulling them out of your tracker (Jira or Fogbugz at this point), and then make sure their updated/synchronized with one click. On the other side of this integration, your tracker can include a direct link to this requirement status report so all of the project’s members can stay updated easily, and from their favorite tool.
As mentioned, this is only the first part. We have more coming on this, and additional trackers will be included of course. But first, we need your feedback of course, as always. This way we’ll have the right direction…

There’s much more on this version.

What’s New?

  • Requirements can be now synchronized with your tracker. This cool new feature was implemented for Jira and Fogbugz, other trackers will follow soon. With this new synchronization feature you can get requirements from the tracker to Testuff, update them automatically and add your Testuff requirement’s coverage report to the tracker.
  • More on Requirements:
    • New options on the right-click menu for test assignment
    • New right-click menu option on Tests-in-requirement list for easier test edit
  • Bug Trackers:
    • We’ve added the popular GitHub to the long list of supported trackers
    • OnTime integration was enhanced to include new fields, and the ability to add custom fields
  • Lists improvements:
    • The page-lists tables support now sort of the lists, enabling better control of the table and the data you see. Simply click the column’s title to sort the list
    • Bulk actions are available for the full list, no matter the pages view if list is long
  • Those little things that makes it all better:
    • We’ve added indications and messages for data loading processes. This let’s you know what is the server up to and prevents wrong data presentation
    • Changing labels, on multiple tests at the same time, now only adds the new assigned labels (rather than replacing the previously assigned labels)
    • Labels on soft-links were separated from the labels on the originating test

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