Previous Monthly Releases (Since 2007)
April 28, 2019
- Test Runner:
- File attachment names can be edited and changed for better description of the file.
- Defects, reported from a test step to the tracker, show the tracker’s ID already in the Test Runner. This improves the follow-up and understanding of the defect management, between Testuff and your tracker.
- Reports: Share and Scheduled Reports include the exact details of each report, its filters and the report’s date.
- Web App Enhancements:
- Time Management: Following up on estimated vs. actual time of test execution got easier with the new Operate on all menu option. This option enables setting up the estimated time of all tests in the list, in one action.
- Tests Management: a new Comments icon was added to the icons of each specific test or task, in tests/tasks lists. Easier and faster access to write or review a test’s comments.
- Desktop Test Editor has now a Preview option. See how your test looks while writing it.
March 31, 2019
- Reports Scheduling: Need to send a weekly report to your manager? A monthly report to your client? No need for reminders any more, no wasting time on creating these reports again and again. You can now simply schedule any report and continue with your testing, untroubled.
- Defects filtering: Additional filtering options for defects. Choose Do Not Include a value to get all other values at once. Better filtering, easier defects management.
- Tests Execution Estimated Time: Managing your testing time with Testuff just got better. Set your own estimated default estimated time for new tests.
March 3, 2019
There may be no visible changes, but there were many of them this month. All will improve your Testuff experience.
- Infrastructure enhancements
- Bug fixes
- Servers software upgrades
- Performance improvements
February 3, 2019
- Jira: Custom fields are now included in the Sync from tracker process.
- VSTS: Azure DevOps (as it is now called by MS) is showing new predefined mapped fields.
- Other trackers: Enhanced integration process for a few of the trackers supported. Transparent for you, but results in a better and up-to-date experience.
December 30, 2018
- Lab Reports: Progress and Burn-down reports for labs. Review how’s your testing cycle dong, and what’s still expected. These two new reports add an important view, that joins the different status reports of the labs.
- Defects: Editing of the defect’s comments is now available on the desktop client, as is already on the web app.
- Tests: Soft-link tests show now the originating test numbering ID, for easier orientation, and better sorting.
December 2, 2018
Better exploratory testing experience
When it comes to exploratory testing, the quality of a test management tool is measured by two main criteria:
– Speed. The tester’s valuable time must be used and managed as efficiently as possible. You want a tool that allows users to easily and quickly start testing.
– Documentation. The extent, ease, and depth with which tests and results can be documented. The ultimate goal centers around one’s ability to reproduce the defects found, without any additional information requests and communication between testers and developers. This includes the:
- Ability to open a test with no content, just as a general idea or direction.
- Ability to write the test while executing it, based on actual actions taken.
- Test execution recording. A way to show the developers the findings/defects found in a comprehensive and visual way.
Testuff does exactly this, helping you with your exploratory testing. And we’re always making sure to add and enhance it around this important methodology, including in this month’s new version. During the years we’ve implemented many industry-unique features, making your (exploratory) testing better, easier and faster. Our new version includes fine-tuning of some of them, one example is the synchronization of the test in the Test Runner and its latest edited version.
November 4, 2018
Managing your Requirements
- Managing requirements is an important part of your testing project. Testuff enables you to create (or import) your requirements, under a dedicated requirements module, and to follow up on their test coverage.
- Requirements can be created with a hierarchy, to group related requirements, and better follow up on tests covering certain areas of your software. There are specific reports for requirements, which allow additional views of your progress and requirements status, filtered and cross-matched with other parts of the testing elements.
- Assigning tests to the requirements is quite easy. You have your list of available tests, which can be filtered by many fields and criteria, and then it’s a one-click-action to assign them.
- Any reported defect on a test from the suite is registered as related to this requirement. It will show up in the coverage table and the requirement’s statistics data.
New on this version:
We’ve now improved one of the test assigning options: Linking Suites To Requirements. A suite can be linked to a requirement (or many requirements), and its tests will be then automatically assigned to the requirement. This is a dynamic linkage: add a test to the suite and it will be added to the requirement (same goes for removing a test of course). Add a new sub-suite, and you don’t need to worry about assigning its tests to the relevant requirements, as it is done automatically for you.
September 30, 2018
- Testers Teams: Create teams of testers, and assign teams to projects, for better resource management
- Go to the new Manage teams option.
- Create a team and assign testers to it.
- Assign a team, or teams, to a project (or projects).
- You can still assign specific testers (instead of teams, or as an addition to the selected team/s).
- My Tasks:
- Filters: You can now select to Include the sub-labs when filtering for labs. Refine your filters for best results.
- The exact location (path) of each lab, including its parent labs, if any, are now included on the tasks.
- Requirements: Export to Excel of the coverage table includes the requirements’ description.
- Overview: The Labs statistics are now links, presenting the list of tests. Turning views and follow up tables to working tools.
September 2, 2018
- Audit trail: Complete tracking of any change to the lab parameters, including archive and delete data.
- Print-to-Excel of a lab includes now its sub-labs. Make sure you structure your labs right, and you have an Excel printout ready for you.
- Product Version value will now be assigned to sub-labs, if and when assigned on the parent lab. Make use of the hierarchy structure available in labs to get more out of them.
- Tests: Custom Fields are now included in the tests Excel export.
- Web app only:
- Description shows as on-screen text for easier and faster review of the requirement details.
- Export to Excel of the requirement now supported
- Test Runner: Check the new Report defect icon on top. You can now report a defect for the test, without necessarily relating it to a step. Same goes for reporting an already existing defect on it, and avoiding duplication of defects.
- Reports: The enhanced Period filter, enables you to choose a specific start-date for your report. Customize the report for the relevant time frame.
- Labs: Export to Excel of a lab now supported
July 29, 2018
- Defect Reports: New Testuff Level of reports. The new Defects pivotal view, joins the branch, suite, requirement and lab levels, all together giving you a full range of reports, covering all items and aspects of your testing.
- Jira: We’re keeping our great, high-standard, integration with Jira updated, and now the Tempo plugin is supported, either hosted or on a local installation.
July 1, 2018
- Better planning and enhanced flexibility: The Defects include now a new filter, to show defects from across all projects. Great tool for the testing manager.
- Reports: Progress reports. Follow up on your testing project progress.
- Web App:
- Introducing our new feature, for showing on-screen hints on the different available actions and options. Get more of Testuff by getting to know it better.
- Overview: New Print icon on the screen, allowing you to easily get a printout of your branch status and progress.
June 3, 2018
- My Tasks: Enhanced filtering for suites. You can now include the suite’s sub-suites tests.
- API: Added support for retrieving only selected fields when fetching items
- Send by email: Features enhanced and includes the item’s shared report link.
- Share link: We’ve completed now adding this great option to all items. Share a test, a suite, defect, requirement and any other item with others.
- Labs: Export to Excel of the lab is more comprehensive with the new fields added to it (custom fields, labels, due date).
- Design and UI:
- Search of tests custom fields was changed, and made easier for finding the correct results.
- Labels selection and management UI was re-designed based on users advise and is now more intuitive.
- Web App:
- You can now select multiple labels when filtering by labels (on all screens).
- Move to the next assigned test directly from the test you are running, with the next / previous new links. This makes your work and testing flow much faster, reducing clicks and screen changing.
- Desktop client:
- Faster, much faster: Switch between the project’s branches from the screen you’re at. No need to go through the home screen any longer.
- Running tests: We’ve enhanced the flexibility of the test statuses, by allowing marking an individual step as wontdo (available so far only in the test level).
April 29, 2018
- 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.
- 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.
April 1, 2018
- Share information: Sharing is great they say… so we’ve added a share option to a whole suite, and to the test itself. Easily get a link to share with colleagues, even ones with no Testuff access.
- Bug Trackers Integration Improvements
- Freshdesk: Mapping and reporting of Freshdesk custom fields is now supported. Add your tracker’s fields to the Bug Reporter and make your reports detailed, accurate and relevant.
- Jira: New field types supported
- “Tempo Timesheets” plugin fields
- Suite Audit: Suite level audit details are now showing, under the suite’s menu. Keep track on who did what, and when.
- Tests Custom fields: The recently added Custom fields on tests, made easier to use. Filter tests using their custom fields data for better test management and assignment.
- Those little things that makes life easier (Web App):
- The list of linked requirements, in the test’s properties window, is now a direct link to the requirement.
- The list of users, under the account’s settings screen, can be filtered by the user’s name. Great way to manage your users, when the list is long.
- Requirements: Details of the tests with wontdo status, shows now separately, with all other statuses. You have a better understanding of your requirements coverage.
March 4, 2018
- Freshdesk: The latest addition to our long list of supported bug trackers.
- API: New filters on defects:
- Import from Excel:
- Custom fields included
- Test Properties separated, to show each field in a different Excel column. Easier and better management of the import file.
- Test Runs: Print out now includes the defects, on failed steps.
February 4, 2018
- Test Planning: You know you can assign tests to a specific tester, but assigning tests can be to all team members, by assigning tests to All testers. This helps when tests are executed by a first available tester type of work. And now a new No Tester box, in the Labs screen, will help you to better manage these tests, and see which are not assigned to a specific tester.
- Recording video files: Testuff unique embedded video recorder, in the Test Runner, includes new features which allow you to easily save videos, for any test result and status:
- Save as many video files on a test run
- Save videos of any test result
- The automatic storing of videos for failed steps is still available of course. Together with the new options, you can better communicate your execution results, store evidence of any action while testing and keep records for future reference.
- Making your work easier, faster and more efficient:
- Tests: Copy and Delete selection, are supported now on the Operate on all menu.
- Requirements and Defects: Import of multiple tracker tickets at once, was made available on the web-app. Similar to how it works on the desktop-client, just add ticket IDs and import them all, with one click.
- Localization – work in your own language: The latest addition to a growing list of supported languages is Russian. Joining English, Spanish, German and French. Welcome Russian speaking users.
Пришло время насладиться Testuff на вашем родном языке!
December 31, 2017
- Better test planning: Assign tests to testers directly from the Operate on all feature.
- Label Management: Manage your labels from the more menu in the Tests screen.
- Review your testing project: Overview screen links, now open as a dedicated window with the corresponding results. Not just a better reviewing process, but also a working screen, enabling you to act upon the results.
- Axosoft Integration:
- New optional tracker field – creator – now available to include in the bug reporter. Make sure Axosoft tickets show the correct creator of the defect.
- Work with any Axosoft version: your tracker API version can be configured, and Testuff will integrate with any version of Axosoft you’re using.
- Standalone Video Recorder: The list of the available video files is now limited to the latest 30 videos. Faster upload, easier to find the relevant files.
- Web App:
- Too many branches? Need to copy all data from one branch into another? Merge branches feature is now available in the web app.
- Major changes and enhancements to improve the application’s performance.
December 3, 2017
- Test Custom Fields:
The Test custom fields are your unique fields, those you need to include in the test details to best manage your specific way of testing. These fields are not included in the test’s predefined fields in Testuff (common fields used by all groups). Now you can add them to your tests!
- Time Management: We’ve added the Total estimated time of tests, to any selected filter in the Tests screen. Now you can plan better your test cycles and testers work.
- Reports: Last 90 Days option added to the Date filter. Easier to review the last 3 months work.
- Jira Integration: A new field – LinkTo – was added to the predefined fields list. This field enables you to link between a reported defect and another Jira defect/story.
- Testuff Video Player: Videos file names now show up on the player’s window. Makes sense, doesn’t it?
- Test editor (Web-app): This new web-app feature, allows you to view a larger window of the Test Editor. You can now work on your tests in a full size screen. Your convenience, our priority.
October 29, 2017
Our new Notification Center offers a whole new approach to keeping yourself updated on your testing projects. Either as a manager, or as a user – for your own specific items – the new email alerts provide an easy and useful approach to knowing which items require action, which require instant resolution, and an overall review of progress made.
You can select the alerts you wish to receive directly to your inbox, from the User’s Settings.
There are additional enhancements to this month’s new version, including a cool feature (previously available on the desktop client only) for better Time Management: You can now set your Estimated run time of tests, using the Actual average run time. No need to guess or assume any longer and, of course, a better way to make sure you are on the right track with your project schedule.
October 1, 2017
- New Tester Activity report. Check who did what, when and the results. The report is a working report, which means you can take action directly from it. Not just a view, but rather a working tool.
- Switch any report to Percentage view. Numbers are important, but percentages can tell a whole, and sometimes different, story. Now you can switch between the two to get the complete broad picture.
- New Totals column, added to all reports.
- Bug Reporter: Adding file process improved and loading several screenshots, rather than just one, is now supported.
- Integrate with VS Team Services: Our industry-unique integration with Microsoft tools now includes MS hosted environment of Visual Studio Team Services. Using TFS or VSTS? It’s now easy to implement and work with any of them.
- Website app:
- Settings: New menu access links to the different settings tabs, for fast access.
- Add suite window: Action buttons are now fixed-positioned, and are always visible. Just another small change that makes your daily work faster and easier.
September 3, 2017
- Comments on Tests: How about that. We’ve added a new comments feature on tests. You can now write your comments on a test – to its editor, tester, anyone involved. Anything you wish to communicate about it with others.
- Audit trail: Changes made to a test are available for review and follow up in the test’s Audit trail details. Check who edited, what was edited and when was it done.
This completes audit trails of all items in Testuff – tests, runs, defects, and requirements.
- Reports: Save your custom reports for faster access. Create your report, select its level, type, any filters and labels and then save it for future use. Next time, you’re just one-click from the report. Easy, fast, efficient (available on the web-app).
- Test execution management: Assign tests to testers with a selected priority value. This can be a different value from the test original priority value, helping you to guide your testers how to prioritise their testing.
- Basecamp: Integration is available now to Basecamp version 3.
- Those little things that make your work easier:
- Reports: Full suite path now shows in the tooltip on a suite’s name
- Web app new design:
- Resize the left pane: you can now control the left pane width for best personal preference. Hide it altogether, make it wider to see more of the suites/labs/requirements names or just keep it as is. The power is in your hands.
- Quick access to action on a single test: The test main options are showing now when mouse-over the test. This makes it easier to find, faster to use and eliminates any need for scrolling up and down.
July 30, 2017
- Bug Trackers Defects Synchronization
Synchronization of defects details, from the trackers to Testuff, now works on all trackers. Enhancing our two-way bug trackers integration.
- Trackers Requirements Synchronization
Synchronization of requirements, with their corresponding tracker tickets, is now supported. You can now verify that changes made to the requirements, are updated in Testuff.
More on this version:
- Testuff now recognizes imported defects as such, and does not duplicate them, on an import-from-tracker attempt.
- Changes made to all of the Operate on all actions have significantly improved their performance.
- Defect template: New tag available for the test report link (TEST_URL). Better control your defect reports content and design.
- The Web app now supports Export to tracker and Sync from tracker options on defects. Already available way back in the desktop client, and now can be used over the web as well.
- Bug Trackers:
- Rally: Importing of defects and requirements while using Rally’s formatted ID.
- Synchronization of requirements, with their corresponding tracker tickets, is now supported. You can now verify that changes made to the requirements, are updated in Testuff.
- New design for the assignment of tests screen. We’ve made it easier to understand, follow and assign.
- Add many requirements in one action, with the Quick add many feature. We help you to work faster and effectively.
- Those little things that make your work easier:
- Editors: The Test and Defect editors support now Find & Replace option. Edit your tests and defects faster and easier.
- Tests: Available on the Web app, the test menu now includes an option to copy the test URL. This makes it easier to share, collaborate, and discuss ongoing tests with fellow team members.
- Labs: Jump directly to the page you’re looking for with the new page feature (available with the next/previous links).
- My Tasks: Sorting of the table now includes the lab and tester columns.
- Copy & Paste: You can now copy and paste content between 2 open Testuff clients. Cool.
July 2, 2017
- Bug Trackers Integration: Already the best integration available is now even better. Changes in a defect details can be synchronized now between Testuff and your tracker (both ways). Make sure your test management and tracker are on the same page.
- Bug Reporter: Title and description are now separated and mapped accordingly on the trackers integration.
- My (and others) Tasks: Admins and QA Leads can now see each team member waiting tasks list. See who’s too loaded with tasks, who has time, what’s their progress. We help you to help your testers get the job done.
- Testing Plan: We’ve added a new Copy to lab feature, which enables you to copy assigned tests to any lab of your choice, and to the same tester as originally assigned to. Planning new labs and future cycles made easier and faster.
- Defects: Sorting the defects table by Reporter is now supported
- Operate on all: In all screens, the Operate on all feature, designed to support working on a whole filtered list for fast and easy actions, has been re-designed and is performing a much improved processing time. Save time and concentrate on what’s important.
- New only on the Web app:
- My Tasks: Export to Excel is now available on Operate on all
- Comments on Runs: New rich formatting editor
- Account Settings: New improved design, for easier and intuitive management of the account.
May 28, 2017
Better Test Planning:
Manager can now see the tests assigned to the testers. Whatever is waiting, whatever they’ve already done. Better control, better planning, better management. This is achieved by clicking on the tester names on the Waiting tasks report, which are now links to the actual list of tests.
Requirements: Filters are now included in the requirements Coverage table. Better way to manage your requirement and follow up on their results. And as with any other Testuff screen, and data, you can print it, export it to Excel and more.
April 30, 2017
- New option to create a new lab with Only failed tests of another lab. This adds to 4 other options when creating a lab, and helps better planning and management of the testing cycles.
- Existing runs can be now assigned to the Same assignee. Easier and faster request to retest tests, by the same tester.
- The tests Comments Editor improved, and allows copying of text in it.
- Requirements imported from your tracker can be updated now with changes made in the tracker. Simply import again to get the latest changes.
- You can now import your first requirement from your tracker, even if no requirements yet on screen.
- Link to show details of a linked requirement added on both the suite and test corresponding windows (Linked requirement for a suite and Test properties for a test).
- Better teamwork: When two testers work on the same test simultaneously, editing it, advice message is prompt to prevent overwriting edits and changes already saved.
- Send by email: When sending a test by email, a new link is now included in the email, directing the user straight to the specific test (Web app only).
- Bug Trackers:
- New integration introduced: Welcome LeanKit!
- Bugzilla: Enhanced URL support.
- Clarizen: New API implemented for better, richer integration.
March 26, 2017
- Reports Center has upgraded, and now you can generate the reports for any time segment you choose. This means that from now on you can run the reports after choosing the dates, and generate customized reports for the cycles of the tests you’re working on.
- Time management enhanced and reporting for estimated and actual time is now available for requirements and suites.
- Defects: When sending a defect by email (Send by email) a link to view defect in browser is attached to the email and enables the recipient to go directly to it in the web application.
- Web application: Assignment of tests in labs made easier and more intuitive, following the warm welcome of that same change in the requirements area. Always listening to our customers.
February 26, 2017
- Test assignment: Improved performance for assignment of tests to testers, and of multiple run configuration assignments.
- Reports: Table items are now links to their corresponding data. Review your work faster and easier.
- Bug Trackers: We welcome our 28th integrated bug tracker, Trello.
- Testers Management: Administrator can give Run only users, permission to edit tests, assigned to them.
- Web app: Requirements test assign screen design has changed, and moved to a dedicated window. A better UI for better requirements management.
January 29, 2017
- Labs: Filters of assigned tests have now an option to include the sub-suites data, when filtering for a suite.
- New reports:
- Lab by Version
- Lab by Run Configuration
- Last 30 days work completed
- Reports data can be exported to Excel
- The table data, bottom of each report, shows the total for each column
- New reports:
- Tests: Filter by label includes a selection for Unlabeld tests.
- Defects: Operate on all includes a new operation for setting the labels of the defects in the list.
- My Tasks: The tasks tables introduces a new column with the assignment date of the test.
January 1, 2017
- Reports: New look, More reports, Better UI
- Share: Send reports to Non-Testuff users
- Account Management: New Search option for projects and testers
- Bug Trackers: Report defects to a specific tracker project, directly from the lab. Using this option, overwrites any default tracker-project values used in the account or Testuff-project level.
- Operate on All: Perform actions on all tests/defects in a list with one click
- New Filter: On Tests screen, Last status filter is now available
- Asana: New, faster API used for better integration
December 4, 2016
- Web App: UI changes for easier and faster navigation and orientation
- Test Editor:
- Wrap text to use as-is (Insert code to text). Great for adding code or HTML in the test.
- Filtering now available when selecting a test label
- Requirements: New Nest under in the Add from tracker feature. Import your requirement directly to its end destination.
October 30, 2016
- Short ID number added to tests. It joins the position number and the internal ID, and allows better and easier management and communication between testers, discussing tests.
- Requirements: You can now print the status of the requirement, or all requirements, to Excel. Get your coverage table report in Excel.
- Reports (web UI): Filters, Share and Print are now available.
- Defects: Comments now included in the print to the browser
- Suite tree: Sorting is now available. Sort by creation date or by name.
- Asana: Project field can be added to the Bug Reporter and each defect can be sent to a different Asana project, with an on-the-fly decision.
- A Comments indicator now shows on the steps in the Test Runner.
October 2, 2016
- Bug Trackers:
- Bugzilla: Classification now supported
- Asana: New API token method replaced on integration
- Mantis / Axosoft: Auto-complete the steps-to-reproduce field out of the test steps. Faster, easier and more accurate defect report
- Defect Template: Now included in the web app. Control your defect reports template, fields and design
- My Tasks:
- You can now show completed tests, up to 30 days, on screen together with the waiting tasks
- New Filter: To show only the current project’s tasks
- Tests: Filters now allow including sub-suites, to suite selection
- Requirements: Filters now allow including sub-suites, to suite selection
September 4, 2016
- Management of test and defect labels just got easier, with a new labels link on screen (desktop client).
- Filtering for tests/defects enhanced to support multiple labels filters (desktop client).
- Group Communications:
- Send test/defect by email now supports sending to all testers in the project or all testers in the account.
- Messages center: New groups to send a message to ‘ALL USERS’ and ‘TEAM’.
- Comments on tests can be now edited
- Suite filter made easier with a new no suite option on top of suite list.
- Youtrack integration: Project field supported and can be included in the Bug Reporter
- API: Test, Runs by label can be retrieved with more than one label value (OR)
- Reports: Requirements report includes now a new column on table showing the ‘open defects’ numbers.
- Defects: New filter by Reporter added
July 31, 2016
- Lab: Create new lab now available with the sub-labs of the created-from lab. This enables easier and faster creation of new labs, while keeping the previously created structure.
- Test Runner: Attachment of files is supported while running tests. Files are attached to the executed test, no file type restrictions.
- Overview: Test Category data box added to the screen for best quick-review of the branch.
- Requirements: update_date field added to the requirements table, for better follow up and management of the requirements.
June 25, 2016
- Upgraded servers software
- Data base fine tuning and enhancements
- Servers configuration
- Improved API processes
- Bug fixes
May 30, 2016
- Search option now focused to find items from the current tab
- Tests: New filters option, allowing you to search tests by different parameters and also enables you to get a list of all tests in the branch (simply remove the suite filter).
- Requirements: New filter by summary added to the Tests in this requirement tab
- My Tasks: New filter added – by name
- Defects: New filter added – by name
- Time Management: Actual time is now showing on the tests table
- API: Enhanced to include GET of test and run summaries.
May 1, 2016
- New Languages: As promised Spanish and French join German, and users can choose now between the 4 supported languages when working with our web version.
- Overview: The web version introduces the first step for a customizable dashboard. A new overview screen, similar to the desktop overview screen, and that will soon include an option for you to customize it by your preferences.
- Faster Page Navigation: jump directly to the page you need to in all paginated lists.
- New Report: breakdown of merged configurations.
April 3, 2016
- Languages: The web version available now in German.
- A new lab can be now created while in the process of assigning tests to a lab. It works from all screens, no need to go back and forth to the labs screen.
- Better organization: Labs can be now sorted by ABC or by date of creation.
- Labs can be now copied between branches. While creating a new branch, with tests from an existing branch, you can copy labs, using their IDs. This will help you to get going immediately with the new branch testing, as test assignments will be automatically created.
- The ‘Operate on all’ link in the View testers tests tab includes now an option to reassign with no tester.
- Time Management: Actual run time can be changed and better controlled. An audit trail is included, to record any such change.
- The notification icon is now showing on the home screen for easier access (desktop client).
February 28, 2016
- Load Test: Previous runs of load tests is now available under the Run History of a load test.
- A new option to assign tests to a lab is now available directly from the requirements screen.
- Automatic link a test to a requirement: If you create new tests from the requirements screen, which is common for companies working with Requirements Based Testing methodology, then these tests will be automatically assigned and linked to the requirement.
- Automatic and Manual linking of defects to requirements: For better traceability between defects and requirements, we added the option to link any defect to a requirement, even if the test, from which the defect is reported, is not past of any requirement. Defects found while running a test, that is linked to a requirement, are automatically linked to the requirement.
- Bug Trackers enhancements:
- Jira: Reporting of defects can be directed now to different Jira projects from the same Testuff project. Select the Jira project while reporting the new defect.
- Axosoft: Starter account is automatically supported with no need for any configuration
- The default value for State field can be configured
- The automatic retrieval of field values (Get feature) improved to respond with real current-updated values
- Shared steps – sub suites included when searching for tests in the shared-steps dialog
- Test properties: a new option was added to allow assigning the test to a requirement
- Defects: The global search was enhanced and includes now tracker IDs
- UI Changes: The changes you’ll probably notice immediately, are not just an effort to improve the UI, but are also an improvement to performance, and load time of screens (Desktop client).
January 31, 2016
- ServiceDesk Plus: a new tracker added to our long list of available integrations.
- Load Testing: New Sandbox now available for easy and free checking of your load tests.
- Release field can be set now on project level
- Automatically get values from the tracker for custom fields
- New custom field type support – for check-box lists values
- New predefined Found in-build field added on setup
- API: new options available on the open REST API
January 3, 2016
- Load Testing Service – More options, higher values for parameters, additional licensing plans
- New Filter – Suites, Labs and Requirements can be filtered by name, directly on screen. One of those little things that make the work faster and easier.
- API – Our open REST API is always on the enhancements list, and this month we’ve added new options and opened up new queries for retrieval of data.
- Project Management – New switch for selecting hide/show of archived projects (under the Manage Projects window). Another feature for easier and better organization (Desktop client).
- Listening to your feedback – The new Test Properties, introduced in the previous version, has been refined based on the feedback received since. IDs can be copied, test_automation ID can be viewed and copied as a separate selection option, and more (Desktop client).
Always working with you to create the best test management tool…
- Defects – The search results under the Link existing defect tab includes a link to the defect, as a new right-click menu option (Desktop client).
November 29, 2015
- New Load Testing Service is now released and available for you to use. Test the performance of your application, website and products. Fast and easy, directly from within your test management solution. This service is available from the web application (app.testuff.com).
- Labs: New filter for the tests Stage field, under the Assign tests tab.
- FogBugz: You can now Get the list of your custom fields directly from the setup window. Click Show available custom fields and get a list to select which ones to map to Testuff. That simple setup just got simpler.
- Test: The tests full details, including any soft-links for it and requirements it is assigned to, now show all in one place. Click the new Properties option on right-click menu of a test to find it (desktop client).
- Test Editor: A new icon added to the rich formatting icons, with which you can Take screenshots and add them anywhere on the test (desktop client).
November 1, 2015
- Defects now have formatted IDs for easier identification and communication between users.
October 4, 2015
- Better requirements test coverage – You can now link requirement to suite with all it’s sub-suites. Testuff will dynamically update the coverage with any change in the suite tests.
- Instructions on labs – labs can now include your review of the work on them, instructions for execution of tests assigned on them or any other comment you wish to include. This free text field will show up on every assigned test on the lab, for the tester to see while running it.
- Test Filters were enhanced and present a new option to include sub Suites on the selected filter.
- New report added on Operate on all for showing all defects reported.
- New Report – list of tests and the defects reported on them.
- Axosoft – The field Repro Steps supports now multiple rows of text, as reported.
- Import Jira defects now includes the Jira fields values, and not just the name and description.
- Import of tests and requirements can be done in a new project or branch directly from the first-time entry screens.
- Send test/defect by email: location (full path) of the item was added to the email
- Testuff Video Recorder is now available as a stand-alone application, and includes automatic update process.
- Import requirements into an existing branch. The new feature to import tests into a branch is now enhanced and can be used for requirements as well (simply right-click in the requirements screen to find a new menu option).
- Remove a link added on the Test Runner to an existing defect, while failing a step. Not to get ‘stuck’ with a wrong link.
- Import tests directly to an existing branch. Right-click a suite to import tests into a new-automatically-created sub-suite.
- User Permissions: You can now overwrite the user’s account-permission level for a specific project. Go to the project’s editor to find a new Permission tab.
- Custom fields now support get fields value option, to get the values directly from your Jira. No more manual entries.
- New custom field type – checkbox – is now supported.
- Creating a requirement and linking it to a suite is now done in one action. Faster, easier process.
- New Filter – by Product Version.
- Creating a new sub-lab, with the parent lab tests, defaults the parent’s name as selected for the copy.
- Assign tests – when assigning tests to testers, you can now choose to assign them to the Test Creator. Another cool way to plan your testing cycles assignments.
- Mantis – Import of tickets is now supported for Defects and Requirements.
- Suite Description – suite can now include a description on it. Tell your testers what’s it about.
- Bug Trackers:
- Youtrack – Import and export of tickets is now supported from the Defects and Requirements screens.
- Rally – Import of an entire view is available. You can import your list of tickets with one entry.
- Gemini – Integration now supports the new API by countersoft, and newer versions are supported. Import and export of tickets is enabled for these newer Gemini version from the Defects and Requirements screens.
- Test Runner: If steps are shared from another test, the name of originating test appears now in the Test Runner.
- Print Lab: Print a lab to the browser includes the comments and defects found. More information, better cycle management and follow up.
- Bug Trackers:
- Test Editor: A new Search option is now available on the Test Dependency and Shared Steps features. Easier and faster to find the test you need while writing and editing your tests.
- Tests dependencies: Mark a test as a dependent test, to make sure it is available for execution, only when the other test has a Passed status on it.
Go to the Test Editor and enter the ID of the test you want the current test to be dependent on. That’s it. It’s ready.
- New Filter option on the labels: No label value (new option on the labels list).
- Jira: Improved requirements synchronization with Jira. Add a link in Jira to Testuff requirement report.
- Work faster and easier: new Ctrl+n / Ctrl+p shortcut keys for quick use of the Next/Previous buttons in the Test Editor.
- Comments on Defects: We’ve noticed that comments on executed tests are a favored feature, so thought you’d like to be able to comment on defects as well. Check the defect’s details for this new option.
- @NAME: Further to the personal notifications recently added, you can now select a colleague’s name from the list of testers by simply writing the @ sign within the comments editor (in the Test Runner, Defects or directly from the notifications area).
- Shared Precondition: Following the success of the shared-steps feature, we have now added a similar feature for the Precondition field of a test. Mark the precondition checkbox and add the Test ID, same as for the shared-steps.
- Excel Import: Newer file format (.xlsx) now supported on the Excel import.
- Axosoft: New predefined field Repro Steps.
- On Assigned Tests – new column on My Tasks and Labs, showing the labels
- On Defects – new column showing the labels of a defect
- Adding and removing labels is now supported on assigned tests and defects, directly from the right-click menu
- New on the API: Retrieving the comments of executed tests
- Assembla: reporter_id field added as a predefined field
- Excel backup file: The test’s stage field value added to the properties column
- Messages: Communicate with your colleagues in Testuff. Use the new messages icon to send a message to any of the project’s team members.
- Defects Screen enhancements:
- Labels: Enjoying the labels on tests? You can now work with labels on defects as well, organizing them better, making the most out of the Defects Module.
- Add a screenshot while editing a defect. The defect editor now includes our screenshot-capture feature.
- Usability improvements:
- We listen to our users: one of the top requests is now available. You can select text in the Test Runner, to copy & paste it. Things just got easier and faster.
- Pages navigation now includes first/last page navigation for easy access.
- Video Recorder and Player buttons improved.
- New Data on reports:
- Comments now show on the executed test report
- Last run status and date fields added to the backup file and the suite Print–>To Excel
- Rally: submitting the user story field is now supported in the Bug Reporter. This enables Rally users to link the defect to the selected user story on their Rally
- My Tasks: Priority field added as a new filter option
- Labels: now showing on My Tasks and Labs tables (and can be filtered by)
- Print to Excel of a test/suite includes the Stage field
- Fast and easy execution of tests: New right-click menu option on test/s to mark with a status
- Validate Fixed Defects: A new option to create a new validation-test assignment for reported fixed defects. You can now easily create a request to validate fixed defects, while assigning an automatically-created test directly from the defect. This includes an option to select a lab and a tester.
- Labels: Test labels filter added on assigned tests lists, and you can filter them in My Tasks and Labs screens.
- Labs screen (View tester tests tab) includes now on Operate on all link two new action options for Change Configuration and Change Version
- Bug Trackers:
- For those users with big, and growing, number of tests – Excel backup works even if contains more rows than Excel can handle…
- Server side improvements
- Server upgrades
- Performance improvements
- Bug fixes
- Bug Trackers Integration:
- Jira: IssueType for sub task can be now configured, and carry your values as set in your Jira. This will help you while reporting sub-tasks (using the Parent_ID field).
- FogBugz: Synchronization of imported requirements
- OnTime: When setting the integration you can get your OnTime field values for Release. All values, from all projects will show, with sub releases included
- Predefined fields added on setup
- Adding custom fields is now available
- Project-to-Project submission of defects supported
- Basecamp: Import and Synchronization of issues (defects and requirements)
- Gemini: Import and Export of tickets (for defects and requirements)
- Project level settings option to “hide” bug tracker fields from the bug reporter (and ignore them while reporting a defect)
- Re-organize your labs in folders: Move labs under parent-lab (cut/paste)
- Update_date field added to defects Excel export file
- Mark as blocked is now available on the Run’s right-click menu
- Failed Steps report in labs includes now the name of defects
- New report: list of all related tests for a defect (available on a defect’s right-click menu). Great for those using the Link to an existing defect feature while reporting defects.
- No time to wait? Creating new branch with lots of data? We’ll advise you, with an email, when it’s ready.
- Time Management:
Improve your test cycle planning, with an update of the estimated time of each test by the average actual run time of this test executions. This update will enable you to optimize the assignment of tests for execution, and an efficient management of the cycles. We recommend using the Time: Planned Vs. Actual reports, as part of the analysis of the tests results and testing process.
- Bug Trackers:
- Clarizen: New API based integration, supporting export/import of tickets, and two-ways synchronization.
- Fogbugz: Area field values can be now retrieved on project level, then showing for selection (on a bug report) based on the corresponding project values.
- VersionOne: Two-ways Synchronization and export/import of tickets
- Redmine: Import of issues and requirements is now supported. Simply right-click in the Defects or Requirements screens, and select Add from Redmine.
- Shared Steps: Now supported for two levels down (share another shared steps test)
- New Reports:
- Last run status in labs, showing only the last execution results of tests in a lab.
- List of requirements, an assigned test appears at. Right-click an assigned test in the lab and select Related requirements.
- Those small cool things, which can really help: tooltip on the suite names of the report for Lab–>by suite
- Project level settings enhanced: Test category and Run Configuration fields can be setup and values entered at the project level, overwriting the general setup for them.
- New Defects Status Report, showing closed/opened defects and their status.Better, faster flow: Automatic synchronization of all assigned tests, whenever a test is updated.
- Defect is automatically re-opened (moves to ‘open’ tab in the Defects screen) when linking a new bug report to it.
- Add comments to multiple tests in Lab and My Tasks.
- Bug Trackers:
- Defects screen now includes an operate on all actions link.
- API – adding labs, and sub-labs, is now supported.
- Shared Steps – Now available for individual steps of a test, not only the entire steps list from a test.
- Export defect to tracker improved and you can now edit the details while exporting the defect to your tracker. Right-click any defect in Testuff, which wasn’t previously sent to the tracker, and select Export to tracker.
- Workflow and Process Efficiency:
- Import of defects from the tracker is now available directly from the Bug Reporter, allowing swift linking of a new report to an existing defect.
- You can now create a suite, directly from the Requirements screen, while linking between the suite and that requirement. All done with a simple right-click option, helping anyone making use of the Requirements module, and especially those who do Requirements based testing or Exploratory testing.
- Tests can be assigned to requirements directly from the Tests screen
- Fail a test – right-click a test, or a group of tests, and select the new menu option to fail them, without running any. Better, faster, testing
- Defect Severity values can be now customized (under Settings–>Customization).
- Reports screen improved – based on the feedback to the recent changes, we’ve introduced some more changes, for an even better experience.
- OnTime – report as a sub-ticket is now supported. Add the Parent key field to the Bug Reporter, and enter a valid OnTime ID to it while reporting a new defect.
- Product version field is included as a value to use when creating a new lab. The created lab will carry the value on all thereafter assigned tests
- And those Little Things that makes your life easier:
- Setting up your list of Run Configuration values is easier – we’ve made it possible to add many values together, not one at a time.
- While changing the Category field value in the Test Editor, you can now add new values to your list of available values. No need to go back to the account’s settings.
- Comments indicator added in the Test Runner, showing the number of comments on a run.
- Comments on Tests
- Comment on specific steps, while running the test
- See the list of comments, from a new right-click menu option on a run or on a lab
- The comments column, in My Tasks and Labs screens, now showing the number of comments on a run
- Comments on Tests
- A whole new set of reports, for Labels.
- Re-design of the reports selection process
- Bug Trackers:
- Import of defects to Testuff is now supported. Right-click in the defects screen and select Add from TFS
- You can now add your TFS custom fields to the integration. We’ve made it easy, with an option to get the available fields and their values automatically while setting the integration
- OnTime – new predefined fields added. Release, Notes, and Estimated (hours)
- Excel Export / Import – html tags supported on both the export of tests, and when importing them back to Testuff
- Labs – Creating a new lab process made simpler, and includes an option to mark all not-run tests in the previous lab with status of wontdo for better tracking and reporting
- Test Runner – Screenshots, added to the run, can be now deleted
- Those little things that make your testing easier:
- List of search result is sorted now newest-to-oldest
- In all filters the selection of a suite/lab made easier, faster
- Defect Template improved to carry additional tags by default in the description
- Bug Reporter – Less switches, less time to report a defect
- Video file, recorded while running a test, now saved with date and time on its name
- Soft-Links – The originating test information added to the test details window (click the info/bulb icon of a test)
- New Status option for Tests – Won’t-do. No time for more testing? Need to skip tests? Use the new status. Simply right-click an assigned test and select Mark as wontdo.
- Lighthouse – Import of defects is now supported
- Overview: New Requirement coverage summary box
- Those little things that makes work easier:
- Filter link, in all screens, made more visible.
- Test Runner includes a link to open the run in the browser (get the run’s URL). Click the info icon (bulb) to find it.
- Test ID search covers all branches of the project.
- Merge Branches – requirements are also merged
- Shared Steps – share steps from another test. Just use the right format within the test editor (#TEST,test_id#), to call the other test steps into the new test. We even added a special icon to make it easier, and faster.
- Bug Trackers:
- Assign tests to all testers (with ‘no tester’) is now added to list of available assignments
- New filters options added on requirements, and are now available on both screen tabs
- New options on the Operate on all in View testers tests: Print to Excel and browser
- New filters options added on labs, and are now available on both screen tabs
- Run Comments field now added on the Excel backup file and Printouts to Excel
- API new available query: Runs by date (run/?run_date__gte=yyyy-mm-dd)
- Setting the Due-date of runs can be now done on selection of multiple runs
- Settings window improved, better organized and includes now more information
- Better Defects Management: Defects can now be stated as Closed in Testuff, and will be moved to a different tab. These defects will not count for reports and dashboard tables, allowing you to best manage and follow up on your open defects.
- Bug Trackers:
- New tracker integration – Planbox. Our 27th tracker integration and counting!
- Bugzilla – product added as a predefined field. This means you can now select the Bugzilla product to report to, while creating the defect in the bug reporter
- Asana – Sync defect status now supported. Right-click a defect, or a group of them, and synchronize them with their latest Asana status
- FogBugz – You can now automatically retrieve the area field values, under the FogBugz settings window in Testuff
- Jira – You can now automatically retrieve the assignee field values, under the Jira settings window in Testuff
- OnTime – field type added as a predefined field. This means you can report any OnTime ticket type (task,user story or defect), and same as far as importing them in the Defects and Requirements screens
- Requirements report – The total number of tests included in the reports data table
- Process of adding and removing Labels improved
- Get the list of requirements a test is assigned to (right-click a test and select Assigned requirements)
- API new available options:
- Attach a file to a defect
- Attach a file to an executed test
- Recycle Bin – accidentally deleted a test? A colleague deleted your suite? No problem. Go to the new Recycle Bin feature in the Tests screen, and easily restore it with all contents.
- Better Control and Management of your testing:
- Manually set the actual run time of tests (right-click the executed test, select add actual run-time and add time to the registered time (note that there’s no way to subtract time).
- Executed Test Audit Trail – audit trail is now available on executed tests. This is an addition to the audit trail Testuff has for defects and requirements.
- Actual run time added to the Run History details.
- Clarizen integration – custom fields are now supported.
- Plan your cycles ahead of time – Create a lab with a future Due-Date to run it at. The waiting tasks of this lab will show up for users only on the due date and after (should they choose to filter it that way).
- API – query lab by name or part of a name is now supported
- Bug Trackers:
- Jira – You can now add requirements and defects from Jira by using your Jira filters. This is easily done: write filter=FILTER_NAME in the Add requirements/defects dialog window.
- OnTime – Import defects and requirements
- Unfuddle – Import defects and requirements
- Linking a defect to an existing defect improved – search the defect you wish to link to, by the tracker ID number.
- Requirements – New switch for unassigned tests, with results from all requirements (not only the selected one).
- Those Little things that make the tester’s work so much easier:
- Tests Screen:
- test_ID and test automation_ID added to requirements Excel printout.
- Mark a test with status of Pass, using an easy new right-click menu option on the test.
- Tests Operate on all menu, now with a Print to Excel / Browser option included.
- Labs screen:
- Create new lab dialog latest addition, is a switch to Ignore duplicated tests (mainly used when re-running tests within the same cycle).
- ‘No tester’ option included now on Reassign and Assign-as-new.
- Reports pie charts details for tests (passed, failed, remaining), now link to the actual lists of tests.
- Tests Screen:
- New lab report – list of runs in the lab (see on a lab’s right-click menu under Reports–>Lab).
- Bug Trackers:
- Import defects from your Bug Tracker. You can now import defects from your tracker to Testuff, for better defect management. A complete two-ways process, together with the defects export from Testuff to the tracker.
- GitHub – new predefined fields added, Assigned-to and Milestone
- FogBugz – Custom field Description now supported
- New status on tests execution – Blocked
- New Reports:
- Test list in Requirements includes now an option to operate on all
- API – You can now add a comment when closing a defect from the tracker (using the URL for this close action)
- Better time-tracking and planning. Total Estimated remaining time, of not-run tests in the lab, now calculated and shown in the tester’s statistics box.
- 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 selectMark 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_Dateand Labels
- Bug Trackers:
- Local GitHub installations now supported for integration
- Import your GitHub requirements
- Synchronize your GitHub defects with Testuff (Right-click a defect, or a group of them, and select Sync status from…)
- OnTime defects synchronization supported (Right-click a defect, or a group of them, and select Sync status from…)
- Import requirements from Pivotal
- Synchronize your Pivotal defects (Right-click a defect, or a group of them, and select Sync status from…)
- Assigned tests screens (My tasks and Labs) improved for performance and search and are now ‘paged’ and with improved filtering options. We recommend to make use of these filters when working with these screens
- Bulk actions now available on My Tasks and Labs
- Search results window includes a new right-click menu option for tests called Test History. Use it to get a list of assigned instances of the test with a full range of right-click action list on them.
- New dashboard box – checkout for the Requirements Coverage box under the Overview screen
- Create new branch can now be done with tests only of another existing branch
- Failed step number added in the defect details for better information and follow up
- New My Tasks screen filter to exclude tests assigned to All Testers. Testers can get this way only tests that were assigned specifically to them
- Test Editing and Planning Improved:
- Bulk Actions now supported on a lists of tests, in the Test screen. Faster and easier.
- Move tests between labs with a simple right click option.
- Simplified process of Adding Images on Steps in the Test Editor.
- Better presentation of requirements sync’d from an external tool (Supported for Jira and FogBugz) by showing the tracker requirement ID with the name.
- And More …
- 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:
- 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
- Bug Trackers:
- Suite column in requirements and labs screens now showing the exact location, including any sub-suites
- Suite can be copied and all its tests pasted as soft-links, with one click
- Filter for a suite, with a tree-structure selection of suites as they show up in your tests tree. This is for filters in Labs and Requirements.
- Take actions on all items (tests) in a list. In Labs and in Requirements, after filtering for a list of tests you can assign the whole list in one click.
- If the selected list is a suite, we’ve added an option for you to decide if to include its sub-suites on the taken action (usually assigning tests in the lab or to a requirement).
- Order of tests in a suite is back to how it previously worked.
- A few fixes to issues raised following the last version.
- Re-Design of tests lists:
- New Filters on test lists (in Requirements and Labs screens)
- Pages presentation of test lists for better performance and control
- Bug Trackers:
- Requirements coverage by defects – new defects-in-this-requirement column
- Search applied to the requirements data
- Defect Filters:
- New Filters – by Suite and by Configuration
- Filters are now improved to include with and is as options for the entered text
- New Report: Waiting Tasks (by branch/suite/lab)
- And always those little things that make it all so easy:
- Add defect link in the defects screen to easily report a new defect
- Defect reports now open in a Testuff window
- Improved delete process of runs in labs
- Creating a new lab with runs from another lab, now synchronizes runs (not run yet) to their latest test update
- Re-Design of tests lists:
- Set up as Many Bug Trackers as you need, then use them in your Testuff projects.
- New-improved designed Defects screen, with filtering and paging, for better usability and performance.
- New planning option – Assign test in the lab, without selecting a tester. All testers will see the test in
- heir waiting tasks, until executed by one of them. Simply drag & drop the test to the All Testers user.
- Bug Trackers enhancements:
- More control to automation reporting: updating a specific step using its ID now supported
- Labels data now included in the suites Excel export file.
- Archived Labs can be easily deleted, without first restoring them. Easier, faster.
- Jira Integration Enhancements:
- Integration upgraded to the new Jira API
- You can upgrade your integration if you’re using Jira v5 and up by switching your bug tracker (Settings—>Bug tracker) from Jira-old to JIRA.
- The new API allowed us to enhance the integration with Jira:
- Automatically get predefined fields values from Jira
- Automatically get your custom fields, from your Jira
- My Tasks new filter – by test name
- Test Runner usability improved with new links positioning
- Export / Import now supports all tags (bold, italic, etc)
- Requirements Enhancements:
- Requirement–>Reports–>Status report now includes statistics summary
- Configurable list for requirements Type field
- Requirement details window now includes all fields and parameters
- New Failed Steps report for suites
- Severity field of a defect is now controlled via the right-click menu
- Status of an assigned test can be controlled from your automation scripts, by using the assigned test ID (right-click–>Show ID option in My Tasks or Labs)
- Admin users can now change a user’s email address
- Jira Integration Enhancements:
- New Bug Tracker Integration – OnTime
- Test Editor Enhancements:
- Improved expected results sign for better functionality
- CTRL-R shortcut to insert expected result sign
- Drag & Drop files to attach them to the test
- Collapsed pane saved to last choice
- Advanced editing opens up as a separate window for better usability while editing the test
- New reports on requirements
- By Tests
- By Status
- Languages Support:
- Support right-to-left languages on requirements
- Spanish, Russian and Hebrew dictionaries added to spell checker in test editor
- And, as always, those little things that make life easier:
- Multiple lab archive – you can now select many labs and archive them all at once
- Runs now show exact location, including sub-labs
- Requirements – Creating a tree-type requirements list is supported
- Labs – Creating a tree-type labs list is supported
- Defect status can be now synchronized from Pivotal
- More of those little changes that make the whole difference:
- Report defect link in the Test Runner changed to an icon
- Soft-link sign added to show such tests, in the labs screen (assign tests window)
- Test ID was added to the suite report
- Product_Version and Run_Configuration fields can be now changed via right-click menu
- Attach Screenshots to a Run, while running it, with an easy one-click
- New Reports:
- Lab By Run_Configuration
- Run History report for a run
- My Tasks New Filter: Show tasks from all projects and branches for the user
- API Enhancements:
- Extend Test return info and search options
- Add automation_id to run data
- Enable any value while reporting defect status from a url
- Those little things that make the difference:
- New create defect Icon in the test runner
- Test_ID column in suite report
- More while-in-action notices
- Bug trackers improvements:
- Last tester added to assign options in requirements
- Tests screen new design for better performance
- Bug trackers integration:
- Test Editor:
- Attached file in the test can now be related to a step / expected result
- Images can be linked and shown in the test on the step / expected result
- Assign a test to Last Tester
- Assign failed test directly from the defect
- Text Filters now accept multiple values for better filtering capability
- Reports and Export:
- Lab report in the browser includes now category and priority columns
- Excel backup file includes links to attachments on tests
- Reports stack bars better sorted
- Runs report to Excel includes status column and details of the steps
- Link a suite to a requirement. Any changes on the suite will be automatically reflected in the requirement.
- Audit trail – track any change on the requirements, who did what, and when.
- Update_date and Updater fields added on requirements data table
- Trackers integration:
- Customize your defects status values
- Print–>to Excel with multiple labs selection
- Suite–>defects report, now includes sub-suites data
- Test Synchronization:
- Synchronize the steps of the test while running it, with latest test update.
- Those great things that makes your life so much easier:
- New Shortcuts on Testuff various screens:
- Ctrl/Cmd+N to Create a new test
- Ctrl/Cmd+R to Run a test
- Ctrl/Cmd+E to Edit a test
- New Shortcuts on Testuff various screens:
- Test editor ‘remembers’ now the last selection for precondition checkbox
- Better control on the re-sizing of lab screen windows
- Test Stage field now shown on requirement and lab screens (in the tests list)
- Import requirements from Excel
- Export your requirements to Excel
- Edit tests directly from the requirement tests list
- Create your own test stages (Approval stages of a test. i.e. Needs review, Approved, etc.).
- Report defects with an Assembla Milestone
- Synchronize your Assembla field values
- Those little things that makes your work easier:
- New filters on My Tasks
- Double click a defect to open the defects editor
- Category field added to the tests import/export fields
- Create a new requirement from a suite
- New fields added:
- Filters enabled
- Copy & Paste is now available
- Bug tracker cascading list of field values is now supported
- Create the list of values as you have them in your tracker
- Automatically get the list for your FogBugz field values (additional trackers will follow soon)
- New Export of labs data to Excel
- Integration with automation tool QTP
The Star Feature of this version is the new designed Requirements tab. With Testuff new approach to requirements, you can now manage them better, assigning and planning your tests:
- Add/Write your requirements.
- Easily assign tests to them (Drag & Drop).
- Edit tests and Run them directly from the tab.
- There much more. Read all about it here.
Other new enhancements:
- New bug tracker integration – VersionOne is tracker #24!
- Improved integration to Basecamp tracker – send defects to your Basecamp To-Do list.
- You can now move incomplete tests – with their steps status – when creating a new lab (other than copyingthem as new).
- My Tasks Screen Enhancements:
- Filter fields are now text type fields for better and easier search.
- My Tasks list showing new filter, supporting view of the last 2 days of completed tests.
- Assign multiple run configurations to a single test.
- Step_number field added to Excel export file of defects.
- Test Editor Enhancements:
- Control the Font Size and Color
- Hot-Key Ctrl+F for Search & Replace functionality
- API Additional Supported Options:
- Report a new defect with an attachment
- Update test status and time progress
- Better Planning in Labs:
- Assign new tests from current runs in a lab plan
- Right-click to go to a test from a run
- And more:
- Reports Share option is now available on all reports
- Search option on our website’s Online-Guide
- Better Test Planning:
- View All Tests assigned to a lab on one list
- Improved Filtering. Use advanced text-search
- Assign tests to users and labs from the Tests Tab
- Assign tests to users and labs from Search Results
- Get specific Objects IDs (branch, suite, test, defect)
- Share Suites with non-Testuff users.
- API Enhancements:
- Get Data from your account using the API
- Report Run Status
- Better, informative error messages
- Share reports with colleagues, clients, managers even if they aren’t Testuff users
- Synchronize Defect Status directly from your tracker
- Build your own Defect template and Customize it, while reporting it to your bug tracker
- New tracker on our long list – Integrate with Clarizen
- Easily Export Defects to Excel
- API Improvements:
- Query for items:
- /suite/ get all, get by branch
- /test/ get all, get by suite
- /lab/ get all, get by branch
- /run/ get all, get by test, lab, user and branch
- /defect/ get all, get by user
- Report a new defect
- Query for items:
- Those little things that’s makes the user happy:
- ctrl+A is now supported for labels, run configurations (in their setup windows) and in the defects screen.
- Easier Run Configuration management and assignment.
- You can now do more when reporting defects:
- Audit trail:
- Enabled on Defects, simply right-click and select history
- Improved test organization:
- Supports Cross-project Soft-links
- Full suite path is now shown in My Tasks tab
- Exclude-from-requirement multiple tests at once
- The New API second phase additions:
- Submit test result using the API
- Support for reporting more than one step result of a test
- Get all suites
- Bug Tracker Enhancements:
- Reporting defects to two different bug trackers is now supported
- New tracker Integration – ChiliProject (21 on the supported trackers list…)
- Better Defect Reporting:
- Report multiple defects from the same test step
- Category field added to the defect details
- Failed run now linked to its defect/s
- Better Test Management
- Add ‘exclude labels’ filter in lab
- Assigning labels is now available within the test editor
- Label column added on the test view
- Merge Branches – combine two branches, tests, labs and with all history
- Created_date and Created_by fields now shown in test information
- Multiple run configuration selection for assignment (creates a run for each selected configuration)
- Progress bar added in the lab while assigning tests
- Run configuration field added to the export file
- Time Management additions:
- Average actual time calculated for all runs of a test
- Total estimated time summary for tests filter in My Tasks
- Set estimated time for multiple test cases with one (right) click
- Actual run time column in the test history view
- Easier License Management directly from Testuff Settings
- New API enabled (BETA).
- Bug Tracker enhancements:
- Default values now can be assigned to predefined fields
- Assignee field added to Jira predefined fields list
We’ve focused in this version, on data exporting options, to allow easy data sharing, and building of customized user reports.
- New Tester activity table in the Overview screen
- New Tests by date Report for each tester
- Easily access reports from the right-click menu
- Data Export Enhancements:
- Export requirements to Excel
- Export, with an easy right-click option, suites and tests to Excel
- Send by email multiple tests/defects/runs to non-Testuff users
- Support Import and Export of html links
- HTML format email to users
- More in this version:
- Ctrl-A to select all items in the current window
- New test information icon in the Test Editor
- We’ve also moved all shared files to Amazon S3 for better performance and service
- Write right – with the new Spell Checker
- Bug Trackers enhancements:
- Better Synchronization between users:
- Safe test editing, Make sure you are working on the last saved version
- Synchronize items deleted by another user
- New filters and table columns for better data control:
- Defect tab filters: by tester and by lab
- Lab tab Status filter
- Overview tab now includes additional tables and links for presented data
- Category field added in the lab, for assigned tests
- Coffee break icon can now keep run in progress even if the test failed
- New Product Version parameter added to the automation API
- Template Tags for automatic update of bug tracker custom fields
- New Overview table with a list of tests created and modified in the last month, for better tracking on changes
- Test Runner improvements:
- Coffee break option allowing to pause the runner timer for accurate time tracking
- Graphical design changes
- Bug Tracker improvements:
- Get Gemini custom fields automatically from the tracker, no more manual setup
- FogBugz – Predefined fields, Milestone and Assigned added
- Redmine – Status predefined field added
- Automation API now includes the step #
- Improved lab_priority_times report – the remaining time for each priority added
- Defect details now include the custom and predefined bug tracker fields
- Better control and use of the Labels feature, with the new By label reports
- Following many requests and great demand, we’ve doubled our efforts and made some more Bug Trackers integration enhancements:
- Gemini, Redmine and FogBugz Custom Fields enabled
- Redmine Assignee predefined field added
- Rally predefined fields included
- As part of the ongoing efforts to improve our services to you, we have completed a major change in our servers architecture, replacing the server framework from CherryPy+Sql Alchemy to Django.
- Set your predefined and custom fields on additional bug trackers:
- Bugzilla Predefined and Custom fields
- Unfuddle, Redmine, Gemini and custom bug-tracker Predefined fields
- Better manage your test tracking:
- New Time tracking by priority report
- Estimated time summary on the unassigned tests in labs
- Those small usability changes that make life easier:
- Progress bar on assignment of tests in the Tests tab
- Lab filters reorganized to save screen space
- Sever side improvements
- Enhanced integration with bug trackers:
- Populate all bug tracker predefined fields from Testuff
- Control which fields to show in the bug reporter
- Add bug tracker custom fields to the bug reporter
- Column customization:
- Right click on table header to hide/show columns
- Change column size
- Change sort order
- Attach files to requirements
- New tab layout for Tests and Defects
- Improved server model to boost server performance
- Populate your bug tracker custom fields from Testuff Bug Reporter
- Customize the Tests screen. Show only the columns you use.
- New Lab view design for better use of space and easier control on screen actions
- More information in the Test Runner. See the test previous run history and defects.
- Bug Reporter enhancements:
- Customize the fields sent to your bug tracker
- Separate title (summary) and description for defects reports
- Filter by suite in My Tasks tab
- New Report, tests by testers, for branches
- Additional statistics in Overview showing created and updated tests in the last 30 days
- More label management options including the ability to label your tests
- Enhanced Permissions options:
- Two new user types – test writer and view only
- Additional selection of run tests and test writer types together
- New custom fields added to Mantis integration
- New Suite Report, with a breakdown by its sub-suites
- You can now attach files to tests
- Send defects to multiple email addresses:
- Bug report by email – different email address for each project
- Multiple email addresses are now allowed for email bug tracker and email notification
- New Test by date report (for branch, suite, and lab)
- Create and format your own reports. XML file download is now available on all reports.
- AutoIT automation tool integration
- Test Runner always on top is now optional
- Test ID is now displayed in test details
- Easily reset Automation Test ID for copied tests
- New filter in labs – assigned tests
- Defect report now includes additional information (project and lab name)
- Excel export file now includes updated by and update date fields
- Improved reports user authentication
- Additional data center located in Europe, a new member of our data centers family
- You can now Archive projects, branches and labs
- New Excel import option – update your existing tests directly from the imported file
- Our great Test Editor just got better with a next/previous test option
- New reports:
- Suite by Category
- Suite by Priority
- Improved follow-up on test changes – updater field added in the Tests tab
- New right-click option to view suite details in browser
- Database performance improvements
- Status (Stage) field for defects – now you can set and track your defect status
- Many new customer-requested reports:
- Lab by suite
- Lab time-tracking
- Branch by suite
- Test by category
- Defects in a suite
- Defect and correlating failed test, now shown in web portal. Easily share them on the web.
- Improved Trac integration, support multiple projects and custom fields
- Easier management of Test Category
- More information about Test Hierarchy in the test runner
- Enhanced work planning option – assign tests directly from the Tests tab
- Create new lab simplification allowing better granularity based on previous lab results
- New test category field to tests, allowing better planning and grouping
- Further interface improvements based on user feedback:
- Test update date field added to the test details window
- View linked defects for test runs via the right-click menu
- Right-click a test to set its priority
- Branch list is now displayed by reverse creation order
Changes in version 1.19
- Re-designed Reports tab, with immediate view of reports, and easier navigation
- New report for Requirements
- Redmine bug tracker integration
- New Status page on website for important information and updates on our servers, their availability, problems or issues and scheduled maintenance plans
Changes in version 1.18
- Improved Test Runner – run the next/previous test in the lab or on the My Tasks list directly from the Runner
- Drag & drop a group of selected suites onto a lab
- New Report – branch by suites
- Go to step new option in the test editor – use Ctrl+G (or Apple+G) to go directly to a selected step in the test editor
- Better control over comments sent to the bug tracker
Changes in version 1.17
- New User Permission feature – select your tester permissions for better group management and enhanced internal security
- Improved Refresh functionality, for faster and better performance
Testuff for Mac
Changes in version 1.16
- New lab report with a breakdown by suite
- Bug tracker improvements:
- TFS – view tickets in a browser
- JIRA – priority and custom IssueType field support added
- Improved right-click menu design
- New Selenium user extension to allow direct integration from the Selenium IDE
Changes in version 1.15
- Improved server architecture for better availability and redundancy
- More reports – view all defects linked to test or a group of tests
- Gemini integration changed to use password instead of an API key
- Easily mark tests as approved with one simple right-click
- Better user experience when data is retrieved
Changes in version 1.14
- Refined Requirement control – you can now exclude specific tests from a suite marked as requirement
- Enhanced tester management – safely delete testers and keep all their history record
- Better synchronization and simultaneous access to test data
- Better bug tracker integration – custom mandatory field support
Changes in version 1.13
- Run configuration – manage your tests better including allowing you to specify the configuration you are running the tests on, and together with the Product Version feature, provides a complete structure
- We are now integrating with Gemini bug tracker. 17 trackers and counting.
- Improved bug reporter options allow you to select which fields get sent to your bug tracker
Changes in version 1.12
- New skin – a new option to allow users to have Testuff in a more corporate look, without our icons
- Tests screen new design – we have re-designed the tests screen to make it much easier to use and more intuitive
- Lab screen re-design – lab screen will now not only look better, but will work faster
- New reports and print options – new defects report, accessible directly from Lab or on the Defect screen
Changes in version 1.11
- Twistuff – the new cool Testuff-Twitter integration! A new way to receive automatic tweets about test results and testing progress directly to your Twitter account
- Print Lab – you can now print your lab’s data
- Print Suites – get a detailed list of all tests in one or more suites
- Print Suite Status – get a status view of any number of suites with one mouse click
- Print Run History – send the run details for any number of tests to HTML by a simple right click option
- Lab column added to run history in Tests tab
Changes in version 1.10
- Project Teams – assign specific testers to each project
- New report – time tracking by Lab
- Create Labs with a copy of ‘not run’ tests
- Server-side improvements and fixes
Changes in version 1.9
- New Product Version field for better version tracking
- Write comments while running a test
- Enhanced integration with bug trackers:
- Custom fields and Product Version are now sent to the bug tracker
- Automation API now includes an option to clear previous runs
- Better user experience:
- Lab view now showing Test Status
- Lab and Test column width persistence
- Added Ctrl+Select option for Labs
- A number of server improvements and bug fixes
Changes in version 1.8
- Soft links for improved test planning
- Pivotal bug tracker added
- Tests by priority report
- Usability improvements
- Allowing deletion of test runs
- Unfuddle proxy support
- Performance improvements
Changes in version 1.7
- New Online Reports
- Assembla bug tracker added
- Automation enhancements
- Bug tracker defect reports are now optional
- Fogbugz custom fields support
Changes in version 1.6.1
- Unfuddle API rewrite
- Usability fixes for suites and test quick-add
- Branch creation bug fixes
Changes in version 1.6
- Sub-Suites for better tests and requirement organization and planning
- My Tasks priority and filters by Lab
- Enhanced support for Test Priorities
- Test Editor changes for more flexible usage of preconditions
- Consistent display of time management fields
- Server-side improvements
Changes in version 1.5.1
Changes in version 1.5
- Smart Filters for better tests planning & execution
- Network connectivity monitoring
- Enhanced support for Test Priorities
- My Tasks redesign
- Performance Improvements in Labs and Test Runner
- Standalone Video Recorder fixes
Changes in version 1.4
- Time Management
- Test Priorities
- Bug tracker integration fixes
- Usability improvements in Labs and Requirements
- Improved Unicode support
- Easier license management
Changes in version 1.3.1
- Critical bug fixes
- Rally integration updates
- Server-side performance improvements
Changes in version 1.3
- Requirement Management
- Automated export
- Improved Video Recording within the bug reporter
- Direct Access to test cases
- Performance and Reliability improvements
- Enhanced import capabilities
- Better proxy support for bugtrackers
- Usability improvements, better cut & paste support
Changes in version 1.2
- Unfuddle integration
- Rally integration
- Fixx integration
- Custom bug tracker integration
- Export a single project to Excel
- Right to left support in test editor for Hebrew and Arabic
- Testuff now checks for updates while it’s running
- Plenty of bug fixes and small enhancements
Changes in version 1.1.1/1.1.2
Several critical bug fixes
Changes in version 1.1
- By very popular demand, Testuff now has an automation API! Find out more about it at the Automation help section.
- Enhanced performance and fixed some annoying bugs for the My Tasks tab
- BugTracker.NET integration
- Bug fixes
Changes in version 1.0.1
Minor release for bug fixes:
- Steps with several lines were bunched into one
- Certain characters and unicode were turned into to HTML encoding
- Right Alt+S didn’t work in the Polish keyboard layout
- Running a test in a long lab made the scrolling jump back up
Changes in version 1.0
- Rich text editing – leaving our plain ASCII days behind, you may now add some formatting to your tests such as making text bold and links
- Custom sorting of tests – by popular demand, sort tests in whichever order you like. Notice you may do this either via the right click menu or by hitting Alt+Up/Down on your keyboard.
- Standalone video player – devs in your company don’t need to fully install Testuff anymore to watch bug videos. From now on they may use the standalone Testuff Video Player.
- Improved video recorder – mouse clicks are now logged in the video, the recorder takes up much less CPU, and other fixes
- Enhanced Testuff performance – faster loading time for Testuff entities
- Prettier HTML exports – spiced up HTML exports of tests and suites
Changes in version 0.10.1
Minor release for the TFS fans out there:
- Set the Work Item type for defects exported to Team System
Changes in version 0.10
- By popular demand – import tests and suites from Excel
- Integrate with Microsoft TFS aka Team Foundation Server aka Team System aka Team
- Email bug tracking for the tracker-less
- Load exported defects in the browser automatically
- Open new defects without running a test
Changes in version 0.9.2
Small bug fixes for Mantis and Trac integration
Changes in version 0.9
- New Video Recorder:
- Video files now take 30% less space using higher compression
- Easier recording manipulation via new controls in the test runner
- Continue recording videos also after reporting a bug
- Record videos also outside of Testuff using the standalone recorder
- Fixed memory leaks and improved overall performance
- Better bug tracker integration:
- Export bugs from Testuff under your own bug tracker user
- Assign Testuff projects custom bug tracker projects/products to export bugs accordingly. Do so by editing the relevant project settings.
- Improved many bug tracker error messages when the wrong URL is accessed, user/password is incorrect, etc.
- Nicer test run format when exporting defects to the bug tracker
- General improvements and fixes:
- Added Lighthouse integration
- New projects include a sample suite with sample tests for easier understanding how to use Testuff
- Fixed many display refresh issues
- Added brand new progress indication when modifying bug tracker settings, reporting comments, exporting bugs manually, and more
- Lowered the Testuff process priority so that it won’t interfere with your testing
- Test runner now minimizable
- Fail a step without reporting a new defect
- Improved display of consecutive expected results in the test runner
- Fixed truncation of long text in steps, expected results, and bug description in various displays
- Made the backup to Excel and export to HTML features more visible
- Excel backups also include tests executed without a lab as well as style fixes
- Fixed many internationalization related issues, especially for Polish
Changes in version 0.8.5
- Fixed table sorting bugs
- Fixed some Mantis issues
- Improved test view display speed
- Changed Alt+S keyboard shortcut in the test editor to Alt+Enter (it was needed for some unicode)
Changes in version 0.8.4
- Fixed a bug with the FogBugz on-demand integration
- Fixed a bug with the Bugzilla integration when only one product was defined
- Fixed several bugs with Excel backups that prevented new tests from appearing in the backups
Changes in version 0.8.3
- Added labs and test runs to the Excel exports
- Added the expected results to the exported Excel files
- Added the expected results to defect emails
- Fixed defect emails from Testuff missing first character in subject line
- Fixed a problem where a test step would sometimes appear as ‘None’
- Fixed additional small issues and bugs
Changes in version 0.8.2
- Added the ability to print tests by exporting them to HTML and showing in the browser
- Added support for expected results in a step – just start a line with => to mark it as an expected result
- Fixed several unicode related issues
- Fixed several Jira integration related issues
- Fixed some UI glitches and flicker in the Tests tab
Changes in version 0.8.1
- Fixed export failure when branch names characters considered illegal for Excel sheet names
- Fixed several issues with the Mantis integration
- Fixed possible data loss when test descriptions were copied from Excel 2007