Test Plan (in Project module)

Once you have written a test analysis, you can work with it in the test plan module. The first step is to create a test plan and test sprints. The second step is to divide TCs into test plans.

Each module has an essential connection with projects. Here you can create a test plan that includes multiple test sprints. The project can be divided into multiple sections that are tested in different test plans and test sprints.

Creating a test plan

After clicking on the “Create a new test plan” button you’ll see a list of all TCs (test cases) that are implemented into projects. They’re grouped by test sets and display their approval status.

If you only want to assign specific TCs to the test plan, select it by checking the box.

For example: First, we’ll test the basic functions. Secondly, we’ll plan a more detailed TC and the final step will be performance tests.

Create a new test sprint

Click the “Create a new test sprint” button to see a template with several required fields. Here you need to fill in more detailed testing information (timeline, name and parent test plan).

Test Sprint – Dashboard

After creating a test sprint you’ll see its dashboard. Here are the statistics on the assigned TCs (there are no TCs assigned to the newly created sprint). The test sprint dashboard includes:

  • Test sprint status: Plan vs. Reality
  • Test sprint status
  • Comments

You can download the dashboard statistics in the PDF format by clicking on the “Report” button.

Editing a test sprint

In this module you can check the TCs or change the test sprint settings.

The number of selected TCs is not limited, but it isn’t possible to see all TCs that are assigned to a project. The list of TCs is taken from the parent test plan.

Assigning a test case

The last sub-module in the test sprint is Assign test case. Here you can see a list of users who have at least one role in the project. You can select any of them and assign them a TC (the user will receive a notification of the assigned TC which needs to be tested).

Test Plan – Dashboard

The dashboard displays statistics and details of the assigned test sprints:

  • Status (plan vs. reality, table with TCs)
  • Time intervals of the test sprints

  • Comments (to test sprints and plans)

On this dashboard, you can also download the statistics in a PDF document by clicking on the “Report” button.

Test sprint list

This sub-module lists all assigned test sprints. Here you can see some actions:

  • Show dashboard
  • Edit test sprint
  • Delete

You can also create a new test sprint (the functionality is described above).

Editing a test plan

The template is similar to the template for creating a test plan. Again, you’ll see a list of all TCs that are assigned to the project.

You can change their names or check / uncheck TCs. If you uncheck some of them, you won’t be able to see their statuses or statistics in your test plan. When you check them again, their last status is shown as the current status.

Removing a test case

You can see the list of all assigned TCs and the possibility to remove the selected TC (FYI: you won’t be able to see all TCs that are implemented in the project, but only those added to the test plan).

Joining a campaign

The last sub-module is joining a campaign (see the Campaign module in the user guide for more information).