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Test Management approval notification

Hello everyone,

We use Test Management for our QA but when the developer approves a test case, there is no notification to the team or the individual assigned to the case.

How do I configure Jira to notify the QA team when a test case is approved, or can this be done at all?

Thank you!

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Hi @nasrin.borhanipour

I assume by "approving" a test case, you mean changing it's workflow status to "Approved".

Here are a few examples on how to notify your team about it:

1. Add a custom event called, say "Test Case Approved", edit your workflow and add it to your transition leading to the "Approved" status. Then modify your notification scheme to notify a group of peolpe of your choice.

or

2. Use Automation for Jira to configure a rule that would be triggered when the test case is approved, and would send an e-mail in result to the people you want to notify.

or

3. Configure a dashboard gadget showing approved test cases and ask your team to monitor this dashboard.

There are also other ways to achieve this, but these three should be a good for starters.

Regards,
Radek Cichocki

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