Best practice for running cross browser tests in Zephyr?

I want to run the same tests in several different browsers/devices and wonder what would be the most efficient and orderly way to do this.

The best solution I've comed up with so far is to create a test cycle for each browser/device (ex "iPad portrait", iPad landscape", "iPhone...", "Firefox" etc.) and then add the test(s) to those cycles. The only downside I've van think of is that I have to create all those test cycles again if there will be more versions in the Jira-project.

Anyone with any other ideas on how to do this in a good and efficient way?

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Hi Peder

Thanks for your interest in Zephyr. 

The approach you have mentioned here is the best practise.

 

The only downside I've van think of is that I have to create all those test cycles again if there will be more versions in the Jira-project.----> You can use the Clone cycle option to create all those test cycles again in the same project for any version

https://zephyrdocs.atlassian.net/wiki/display/ZFJCLOUD/Creating+and+Cloning+Test+Cycles

Thanks

ZephyrSupport

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