Test name in Zephyr Execution Search

The new Zephyr Execution Navigator/Search capability is quite nice. Is there a way to change what fields are shown? In particular we would like to see the test name.

When you have a large list of tests the only way to tell them apart is by the key. This prevents us from using this as a "bulk" method of executing tests, since we really can't tell them apart.

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Hi Thomas,

Currently there is not a column that displays the Test Summary, however we currently have a workaround. When you are in the Search Test Exexutions screen, if you hover over the Issue Key ID you can see the Test Summary.

I also want to let you know that we are going to be adding a column for the test summary. It will be availabe in the next release of Zephyr for JIRA.

Kind Regards,


Thanks Emily. Do you have a planned release date?

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Hi Thomas,

In January.

Kind Regards,


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I think this is key feature when you have huge test cycles, we use to export non executed test cases to excel every day in order to asssign them to different testers and withut the Name/Summary is hard to identify the case.


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