qTest update: Improved Jira Integration, new Test Design UI, and project archiving
We are ending the year strong, introducing new features and enhancements in Tricentis qTest. Read below for more information on the enhanced qTest Data Query, a new Project archiving option and our more enterprise-friendly approaches to Test Design and Project User Management.
Previously, the qTest Data Query was not able to query qTest Requirements, Test Cases, and Test Runs based on certain Jira fields. As a result, users would have to manually search within Jira for this data. Now, our Data Query has been further optimized for the efficiency-minded testing team. You can run a Data Query directly within qTest to find the following:
Requirements by Jira Requirements fields
Test Cases by Jira Requirements fields
qTest Test Runs by Jira Defects fields
This makes Jira data in qTest much more useful. Also, you no longer have to constantly look backward into Jira for information. Check out the video below to see how this feature can enhance your qTest to Jira integration.
Your new Test Design
There are some users that manage and create very data-heavy Test Cases. To help, we have optimized Test Design to meet the needs of any user—no matter the size of their Test Cases.
This revamped Test Design offers a streamlined Test Step creation process. You can now use a new “Add” button, enhanced rich-text editor and copy-and-pasted attachments. These changes also quicken Test Case page load speeds, even when Test Cases might contain more than one thousand Test Steps.