My company has Zephyr for Jira 2.6.2.
I saw https://community.atlassian.com/t5/Atlassian-Marketplace-questions/Zephyr-Environment-Testing-Custom-Fields-Test-Cycle-Grouping/qaq-p/324213 online. We need the functionality for adding test cycles in test cycles. We have a large regression test suite with many repeated subtests and subtests of subtests (tree structure at least 4 deep). The only thing we've been able to do is create one test cycle and put links to other tests in tests to create hierarchical test structure. The problem is that Zephyr for Jira doesn't connect these together which makes test execution and reporting up the chain rather manual and kludgy. Can you give us an idea when nested test cycles will be available in Zephyr for Jira (and if they will support nesting more than one level)? We're considering using another product since there are others that connect with Jira and do provide nested tests.
Thanks for your intrest in Zephyr
We do understand your concern and value your suggestion/feedback.However its still in our preliminary stages with our product team
Can you provide us your officical emailid so that we can add it to our feature request system and also with your response so that our product team gets notified of the same?
Meanwhile since we noticed you are on Zephyr for Jira 2.6 we would like to inform you that there has been lot of improvements and new features till our lates release 3.4 including
Three new gadgets that can be configured in both Tabular & Pie-chart
Test Execution Assignment- Gadget showing the test execution status per Assignee
Test Execution Distribution- Gadget with Execution Status distribution per Cycle Filtered by Component
Test Execution Progress- Gadget showing Cycle Test Execution Status
Please check all the release notes in the link below
It started as any story starts, on a normal, rainy day. Admin meets App, and her name was Klok2, and like any first relationship we were both trying to make it work but neither one knew what...
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