Can I add "Priority" Column to the In Cycle view?

In my Zephyr installation I can successfully add a priority to each individual testcase.

What I would like to do is run my tests based on the priority, I therefore need to be able to see that priority from the In Cycle View, can I do this?

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I would also like to be able to do this. See my comment in this post: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/216906/ability-to-sort-tests-within-test-cycle-in-zephyr

Maybe someone knows of a way to hack the view to add or remove columns

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Hey Gary, Peter,

Zephyr 2.0 introduced a way to do this - though not in Cycle View.

Navigate to "Search Test Executions" and this is where you can accomplish your goal.

Use ZQL (Zephry Query Language) to seach by Your Test Cycle Name (cycleName) and you will get back all the testcasese in the Cycle, include the Priority. You can then sort on the field and execute as needed.

Kind Regards,

Chris

Thanks Chris. That's a kind of clunky workaround. It would mean that we would have to build a new filter for every new test cycle, just so we could display the columns we want to see.

As I said in my comment link above, I think the best fix would be to allow project administrators to select which columns should be visible in the Cycle view

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