Is there a way that i can copy test steps from 1 test case to another?
As similar test steps are used in a number of test cases so it would be really helpful to copy test steps. There is a cloning option for test cases but when the requirements are continuosly changing you have to sometimes change the test steps too.
Cloning test cases wouldnt help in that case as you dont want a new test case but want to change the test steps in the existing test cases so if there is a copy test step option that could help.
Z4J did add the ability to 'clone test steps' within an existing test case. That works for us when modifying existing test cases as new features/capabilities are added and test cases need to be updated.
However, I have not seen the capability to 'copy' an entire test step (with all three fields - step, data, results) and then 'paste' it into an entirely separate test case.
Our process for copying complete test steps into an entirely new test case is:
It may be a few extra steps of clicking between tabs and select/copy/pasting... but it works for now until some new feature is added to do the same thing more efficiently.
We are glad to inform you that this feature of "Copy Test Steps from one Testcase to multiple Testcases across Projects manually and using JQL" has been included in the May update of Zephyr for Jira cloud.
Please check the link below and access the feature in your Zephyr for Jira Cloud instance
I have tried to use this functionality, however it just starts "Processing" and continues for 6+ minutes and does not stop.
The test I am copying from only has 3 steps and what could possibly be breaking it is that one step does not require test data, so that field is blank.
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