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Do Atlassian have any tool for Test Case Management?

Suman Das I'm New Here Nov 29, 2022

Do Atlassian have any product for Test Case Management? I am not talking about third party apps/tools that can integrate with Jira.

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Hi @Suman Das

I am Customer Care specialist and I represent SolDevelo. We create Atlassian Marketplace apps and I think you should consider our product. If the price is an issue, we offer a completely free app QAlity - Test Management.

With it you can conveniently create and view Test Cases, right under the requirement task:

qality free 1.pngThe app allows you as well to execute your tests and note their results. There are also limited reports possibilities. 

qf 2.png

More features can be found in paid version - QAlity Plus, which is also free for up to 10 Jira users. 

I hope that you will find our apps helpful. :) 

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Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

No, Atlassian do not have a Test Case management tool.  Either as a standalone service or their own app that you'd add to the Atlassian stack.

Some people do implement their own test-case management systems inside Jira, using the issue objects to directly represent plans and cases, but that's not an ideal way to do it.  

There are lots of test-management apps for Jira though.  Some are integration layers on to standalone test-case management systems, but many implement test management inside Jira completely (some co-opt issues, some do it better and create their own objects for cases and plans)

I think you should identify what you need from a test-management tool and then take a look at the apps that can do it in Jira.

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Hi @Suman Das ,

welcome to the Atlassian community!

If you don't want to use third part powerful app like Zephyr, Xray you can develop your own solution through builtin features provided by JIRA.

You should create your own custom fields, screens, workflow and automation in order to track test cases at your convenience. 

Here you can find an example about Test Case management within JIRA

Hope this helps,


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