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Zephyr: edit columns in test detail?

In the test details there are columns "Test Step", "Test Data", "Expected Result".

These columns are all the same width, but the "Test Data" contains much more writing than the other columns, so our Testers would like to change the column width.

Is that possible? If it is not for a normal user, is it possible for an admin? If yes: how?

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Hi Werner,

Currently there is not a way to adjust these columns. However, we are going to add this to our feature request. It is important to note that the width and set up of these columns is very limited since we have to work within the space that JIRA allows us.

Kind Regards,

Emily

Hi Emily, Would you be able to tell me in which config file is the width of the column specified (hard coded) and I will manually change it?

When will the enhancement be implemented that allows for resizing columns?  Even if you have to work within the space allotted by Jira, some columns can be hidden allowing others to be expanded in the same space if resizing is allowed.  As it stands there is no solution to make test steps for readable with the fixed column width.

Thank you.

We are also interested in how to do this.

Hi Emily,

Thanks again for the quick answer!

Hello,

Any idea when this feature request will manifest ?

We would be highly interested as well.

Cheers

Guido

Hi @Victor,

I do not have this information to provide to you. Zephyr for JIRA is integrated into JIRA which means JIRA gives us only so much space to work with. We are working our best with what JIRA has given us to work with.

Kind Regards,

Emily

Hi,

I do not buy this answer.

Even if space is limited users should be allowed to decide what they see and how much space, of whats available, is used for that.

 

It‘s a real, none trivial, issue for people using it daily.

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