Requirements and Test Management for Jira
Bring the whole software project right inside your Jira
About the project
Requirements and Test Management for Jira is a brand new app by Deviniti which brings the whole software development process into Jira. This way you get more control over your project and keep track of the whole process in one place. If you’re stuck with legacy heavyweight test management tools or just starting the testing journey with your team, the app wil provide you with a single repository for your requirements and tests – even for multiple projects at a time.
You can structure Requirements, Test Plans, and Test Cases into transparent tree folders. Such a structure is clear and understandable, easy to navigate, and enables you to drag and drop items.
To make managing and tracing the progress easier for you and your team, you can create requirements as regular Jira issues that are displayed on your Scrum or Kanban board.
It’s a step-by-step procedure that will help you with executing Test Plans later on in the process. Editing Test Cases with one click and ordering their steps with drag and drop makes the whole experience effortless.
In this section, you can check which requirements are linked with which Test Cases or which Test Plans include which Test Cases.
Test Plans and Test Executions
By linking different Test Cases to your Test Plans, you can effortlessly prepare various scenarios for them. After creating Test Plans, you can easily execute them with only one click.
Test Case Executions
The report from the Test Case Execution is clear and understandable, enabling you to track progress of executing each step of the Test Plan, as well as to see where the process failed and why.
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