We know what a tool is. We’ve mentioned in the past how we understand that a tool is just a… tool. Our solution is designed to help you in your testing project – therefore you must have as much control as possible on how it works, how you use it, to what extent you control it, and how flexible it is to match your needs, your workflow, your methodology. All this so that you’ll make the most of it, without wasting too much time – time you should be investing running your projects. This is the focus of the main enhancements of the new version.
Here’s the list of enhancements for this month’s version:
Control your testing workflow
Testuff now enables you to decide when a test-run is completed (or otherwise keeps its In-progress status). The default is that when all steps are marked with a status, or one of the steps is marked as failed or blocked, the test run is considered as completed.
And now you can control it and choose whether to change this default or not.
Share feature enhanced
Following the success of the recently added Share option, we’ve included it now on all items (test, defect, suite, lab). Share with others in your group, and also with non-Testuff users.
More in this version:
- Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS): Mapping of VSTS custom fields now supported. Use our Get custom fields feature to easily add and map your VSTS custom fields, directly from your tracker into Testuff.
- Test Assignment Management: The Labs area was redesigned to improve the assignment process, and make it easier for you to follow and manage. Managing your team’s work, fairly distributing tests for execution, and using a one-click process to assign tests to testers.
The Testuff Team