If you're a programmer or a quality assurance specialist, you'll agree that Jira is a tool to track projects and bugs that doesn't require an explanation. Jira is a tool to track projects and bugs that is used by programmers and QA teams all over the world. Jira's widespread use is due to a number of features to track projects and bugs easily and allow for easy collaboration between members of large teams involved with the project, and between other teams.
Interestingly, Jira is increasingly being utilised for a purpose for which it was not designed! Do you have an idea what it could be? Yes, it is used as a test management tool, to test projects and bugs tracking. Despite the fact that Jira was not designed specifically to serve the dual purpose – test projects and bugs tracking, it is utilised by an enormous number of QA professionals for advanced test management. The universal familiarity of Jira is also one of the significant factors behind its usage as a tool for test projects and bugs tracking. After all, why use many platforms when one will serve the purpose?
To help QA experts overcome this challenge and experience advanced both test projects and bugs tracking capabilities in Jira, a Jira advanced test management solution is necessary. A Jira test management tool is a fully functional advanced test management tool that works in conjunction with Jira to give advanced test management features to enable both test projects and bugs tracking. QARA Enterprise is an example of a test automation solution that is also a Jira test management tool.
Why QARAJ for Enhanced Test Management in Jira
QARA – Test Management for JIRA (QARAJ) is a JIRA add-on that improves the software's test management features. It can also be used in conjunction with the QARA Enterprise test automation tool for test projects and bugs tracking, without having to switch to JIRA on the same system. The add-on can be downloaded through the Atlassian Marketplace.
QARAJ is a Jira add-on that connects Jira to QARA Enterprise and adds test management tools to Jira. Test cases can be run from both the test case and the test cycle pages in QARAJ. The Jira add-test on's cases can range from simple one-liners to more complex issues involving a large amount of data, processes, links, and files. Once you've developed a test case in either situation, the next logical step is to execute it. Providing a advanced status on what happened when the test case was "run" or "executed" and taking action in response is what executing a test case includes.
Allows full visibility into test projects and team productivity and helps in standardizing the best practice procedures.
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