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How to move TCs from folder to another one at the same cycle without losing the execution results?

I need to move some test cases from folder to another one in the same execution cycle without losing the execution results.

Is it doable or not?

In normal cases, I do the below steps however it will not move any results:

  1. Click on the cycle
  2. Click on Add New "Folder"
  3. Click on Assign button
  4. Select a node then click on Add sign

    After adding the TCs and executing it, I realized that some of them should be added under another node.
    Creating a new folder and adding the TCs, will be painful to re-execute the TCs and delete the old one.


1 answer

Hi Hebatallah

Thanks for your interest in Zephyr.Currently we dont have this feature of maintaining execution results while move test cases from one cycle to another.

The closest is you can use our clone cycle option as in the link below but again no execution results will be cloned.

Am not sure if you are using our Zephyr for JIRA server or Zephyr for JIRA cloud product.We don't have a add new folder option in these products.

Let us know which product you are referring to 


Thanks & Regards


This would be very nice to be able to move execution results to a different folder.

Like Ilona Knapp-Krubally likes this

+1 to Stephanie

feature for maintaining executions would be very helpful 

I agree! 
Please consider it

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