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Quickly merge tests with your project using the most intuitive Jira testing tool. Follow your development process throughout all its stages from a single place.
Improve Jira QA workflow
Enjoy your Jira test management app with plug-and-play configuration. Standardize the process, access test results, and monitor defects to increase testing teams’ efficiency.
Empower Agile software and testing teams
Include tests and requirements in Jira as a pattern. Build transparent folder and link structures to speed up test creation and test execution in Jira.
Monitor the project every step of the way
Track changes in the requirement status in Jira with requirement links and test execution reports in Jira. Adjust them with practical filters for full transparency.
Improve communication on all levels
Bring your entire team together by using Jira as a test management tool. Use the Jira test execution app to generate reports ready to use in meetings.
Link Test Cases with Test Plans to make reusable Test Plan templates. Automate test procedures with one click.
Include Test Cases in Jira in Test Plans/Executions, find issue defects and track Test Plan coverage by Test Executions.
Generate fully customizable reports on transparent charts and tables. Make everything crystal clear for managers.
Enjoy two powerful tracking features: Traceability and Requirement Coverage reports. Don’t miss anything at work.
Navigate between modules and report links in a clear tree folder structure. Understand tests and requirements with ease.
Try out Requirements and Test Management for Jira for free in your company. Test, configure, discover its value.
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Though Jira doesn’t have a requirements management tool built-in, it’s easy to handle requirements inside it. All you need to do is download an app like a Requirements and Test Management for Jira. It lets teams define, track, and organize requirements directly within Jira, ensuring that they align with development and testing activities. The integration of requirements with other aspects of the project lifecycle ensures traceability, enhances collaboration, and provides a centralized platform for stakeholders to track changes and updates.
Yes, Jira can be used for test case management when integrated with apps like Requirements and Test Management for Jira. Such plugins enhance Jira’s capabilities to create, organize, and execute test cases, link them to requirements, and report on test results, offering a comprehensive test management solution within the Jira ecosystem.
Yes, using the Requirements and Test Management for Jira app (RTM), you can write and manage test cases directly in Jira. Within the app, navigate to the Test Cases section to define and create test cases. Once created, they can be reused many times. You can manage their Steps and link them to requirements and other issues.
In Jira, once the Requirements and Test Management for Jira app is installed, the easiest way to link test cases to requirements is to do it while creating them. To do that, go to Project > Test Management > Test Cases and click on the + icon. While creating the test case, you can add or create new requirements in the Requirements tab.
In Jira’s RTM app, navigate to Test Cases section, go to the relevant Test Cases folder and tick all the test cases you want to clone. Then, in the right menu, click on Clone and confirm.
Although Jira Software doesn’t provide test execution reports, you can easily generate one using our app. All you need to do is go to Apps and click on Test Management and choose the Test Execution report. Then, fill in the relevant fields and click Generate.
To execute test cases in Jira, you’ll often rely on plugins like Requirements and Test Management for Jira (RTM). Within RTM, navigate to Project > Test Management > Test Executions section and then from all test executions choose the target one. To execute Test Case, click on the TC Summary and follow Steps. It’s quick and easy.
Using RTM, you can easily create a test plan. First, make sure to write test cases to cover the requirements. Then, go to to Project > Test Management > Test Plans and click on the + icon. In the Details section, fill in the blanks including Summary and other revelant fields. Then navigate to Test Cases and click Add Test Case. After selecting the relevant test cases, click Add. Finally, click Create and the newly created test plan will appear.
In Jira using the RTM app, you can report test results using Test Case Executions and the Test Execution report. Both of them can be found in the Apps section, after clicking on the Test Management and then Reports. All you need to do to generate either is fill in the blanks necessary. Both reports can be exported as CSV and PDF files and sent to the Test Dashboard inside RTM app.