Campaign module

Campaign Module
The Campaign module focuses on development planning, testing strategy, application creation, etc. It consists of 3 parts:

  • Main table
  • Campaign dashboard
  • Campaign editing

You can plan every little detail within the timeline and manage it. You can control the status of test plans based on project functionalities and possibility to link it to a campaign (see “Test Plan” for more information).

The main table

In the main table, you can see the list of created campaigns. Here you have two functionalities, filter and table settings.

You can also create, edit, or delete a new campaign using the appropriate button.

By unrolling one of the campaigns you can see other functionalities where you can manage the assigned test plans, which can be removed or edited here.

Campaign dashboard

Click on the campaign name. Use the dashboard to receive detailed information and statistics for the selected campaign. The page is divided into several sections:

  • Graph that shows the milestones and iterations timeline
  • Statistics of Plan vs. Reality (table and graph)
  • Number of issues (table and graph)
  • Table with comments on test plans and campaign

To download the complete campaign statistics in the PDF format, press the “Report” button..

Campaign editing

In this sub-module, you can see a graph showing milestone and iteration timelines. Next parts of the page are tables with these objects.

  • You can rename or delete any campaign here
  • You can create, edit or delete milestones and iteration

Create milestones & iteration

Once a campaign is created, there is a possibility of creating milestones. First, you fill in a template with several required and several optional fields. The name and date are important for the graph and point planning. The required fields are highlighted in red and must be filled in.

When you create at least two milestones, a possibility of an iteration creation appears. You must complete all required fields to create a new iteration. The iterations can’t overlap and you have to add its start and end points at each milestone.