Set Priorities for Test Cases

A community requested feature

22 Mar 2020

Test cases that are part of a list or run can now have a priority value assigned. Add or edit a test case to assign a priority from 0 (Highest) to Lowest (4):

Having priorities assigned is great for knowing what test cases to handle first when viewing a full test list:

We intend to expand this out from test lists and runs to automated test results too. This will be helpful for understanding how serious particular test failures are and what priority they should be addressed with. If you are interested in this please get in contact, we would like to discuss how this may help your workflow.

- Tesults Team





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