Test Management Tool should be user-friendly 🤗. It is essential to design the interface so the QA Engineer can interact with the documentation in any desired way.
🗣 Let’s consider in more detail the usability of interacting with Test Cases in TestCaseLab.
📌First of all, the user is offered to generate a structure of categories and subcategories to keep Test Cases structured and divided by hierarchy. Creating, duplicating, editing, and deleting functions are easy to use from the beginning 🤩. In addition, changing the structure of the categories’ tree (Suite Tree) simplifies the workflow and saves the user time.
🌟 One of the main benefits of the TestCaseLab interface is an opportunity to view and edit Test Cases on one page. You do not need to go into edit mode to update the details. Double-click on the necessary field allows you to make changes immediately. Once changes are made, click outside the field to deactivate it. As a result, the changes are saved, and the Test Case is always up to date.
All the changes provided to the Test Case are recorded in the Audit log. This is the history of interactions with the item. It is always easy to find out who made changes, when, and what exactly was done.
🔍Search through all the Project data allows you to find the required item in one moment. The user just has to enter the first characters to find the matches and get the results list.
🤩Also, TestCaseLab offers teammates the ability to collaborate on the same project at the same time. Changes are provided simultaneously to all participants.
So, when your teammate works on the Test Case, you can observe his actions in real-time. As soon as updates are submitted, you will see them as well.
🤓 Was it useful? You’re very welcome to join TestCaseLab if you’re not still. We do our best to meet all the needs of the QA community.