It would be great but unfortunately there are no free test management add-ons (the ones I know and used). However you can take a look at TM4J. It is a popular add-on for bringing test management capabilities in Jira. Take a look at the pricing to get an idea. You can evaluate it for free though.
@James Gosney- yes, it's completely free of charge - no hidden costs. There's however a more advanced, paid version if you ever want to upgrade - https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1223344/qality-plus-test-management-for-jira?hosting=cloud&tab=overview
Yes, @James Gosney The full list of features is at https://soldevelo.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/QS/overview (paid ones are clearly marked) and here's the side-by-side comparison - https://soldevelo.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/QS/pages/2444165210/QAlity+vs+QAlity+Plus
Hello @James Gosney - are you by any chance using next-gen projects? In next-gen projects the issue type must be added manually as explained here - https://soldevelo.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/QS/pages/1729560586/Quick+start
If you are still having issues after following the instructions, I encourage you to contact our customer support at https://soldevelo.atlassian.net/servicedesk/customer/portal/6 with details and screenshots and they will gladly help.
Hi @Michael Murillo ,
Yes of course! You can group the Test Cases in a Test Cycle named Regression. Then you can proceed and execute all Test Cases within the "Regression" Test Cycle.
To make it easier for next Regressions, you can clone your Test Cycle and edit its description and version.
You can learn more about Test Cycles in our documentation here. In case of any questions, please feel free to also reach me here. I will be happy to assist.
Sorry for the late reply. Test Cases can be added multiple times and to multiple Test Cycles. They very often serve as a template for executions to be done in various Test Cycles. Therefore, to view the Test Steps status, it would be for the best to view the Execution History and click to view the most recent Test Execution.
In case of any further questions, I am at your disposal. :)
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