JIRA Integration allows users to synchronize data between JIRA and Plutora Test.
Selenium integration allows Plutora Test to run automated tests of scripts in any language through AutoHub, which executes test files, listens for the responses, and puts those responses and text log files into Plutora Test. Once you have the Plutora Test Selenium integration set up, you can start adding and editing Automated Test […]
Organizations usually contain a number of departments, branches, workgroups, or individuals. These are represented as the Organization Structure.
Add, edit or delete Users from the User Management tab under Settings. To manage Users in Plutora, see User Management.
Permissions give users privileges, such as access to pages. Permissions are assigned to user roles. Users receive permissions when they are assigned to a user role. When a permission is toggled off for a user role, users with that role will notice that the buttons, links and tabs associated with that permission are […]
The User Groups feature allow Users to be assigned in bulk rather than one at a time.
Plutora Test’s Email Templates Customization allows Users to set up email templates that send emails which: Are sent after certain trigger events, such as an updated Defect. Contain specified content. Are sent to specified Users or User Groups. (For Plutora’s email templates customization page, see Email Template Wizard Customization.)
Defect Workflows allow users to create a sequence of Defect Statuses for each Defect Type, from an initial status to completion. Users follow this workflow when working with Defects.
Defect Custom Fields Customization allows users to create their own custom fields and customize the three Defect drop down menus: Type. Status. Priority.
Users fill in Test Designer Custom Fields when adding or editing a Test Case in Test Designer and while executing a Test Plan in Test Execution.
Users select Phases when adding (but not editing) a Test Plan.
Users select Milestones when adding (but not editing) a Test Plan.
Users select Requirements categories when adding or editing Requirements.
Users fill in Requirements Custom Fields when adding or editing Requirements.
Comment Stream displays Defects, Test Plans, Test Executions, and Requirements comments where the logged-in user has been mentioned in a tag. Comment Stream allows users to draw another user’s attention to comments and the information or tasks that they contain. When a User has been tagged, a number appears next to the notification icon in the blue header bar. […]
Report Center contains ready-made reports about Defects, Test Parameters, and other subjects. These reports can be saved as Private or Public Reports and edited.
The Defects page allows users to: View, search, and filter all Defects. See their associated Priorities, Assignees. This page lists all the Defects, including those created during Test Execution and those created independently. Also see how to Quick Search and Advanced Search, Add or Edit Defects, Duplicate Defects, and Delete Defects.
Plutora Test allows users to add Defects during the Test Execution phase or by clicking the +Add defect button. Also see how to Quick Search and Advanced Search, Filter Defects, Duplicate Defects, and Delete Defects.
Duplicating a Defect saves users from re-entering information. Also see how to Filter and Search Defects, Add or Edit Defects, and Delete Defects.
Deleting a Defect cannot be undone. Also see how to Filter and Search Defects, Add or Edit Defects, and Duplicate Defects.
The Test Execution page allows users to execute the Manual Test Cases they created in Test Designer.
The Test Execution page allows users to execute the Test Cases they created in Test Designer. For Manual Test Cases, see Execute A Manual Test Case.
The Execution History pop up shows how many times a Test Case has been run, how many times it has Passed, Failed, or was Blocked, how many Defects were raised and more.
Test Case folders appear under the Test Case Folder tab in Test Designer. Each Test Plan has its own Test Case folders, which are used to organize the Test Plan’s Test Cases. Move Test Cases between Test Case Folders by left-clicking and dragging and dropping the Test Cases into the Test Case Folders.
The Test Designer page allows users to manage their Test Cases and Test Steps. Only Active Test Cases appear in Test Designer. For Automated Test Cases, see Add And Edit Automated Test Cases And Test Steps. Users can also Quick Search and Advanced Search, and Manage Test Case Folders.