You can now manage all your test executions and test plans from the new test executions index. 

Features (refer labels in image above): 

  1. Toggle between all test executions and the executions that are assigned to currently logged-in user

  2. Perform actions based on rights you have in project

  3. Filter the list on various criteria

  4. Manage columns

  5. Get a paginated list

  6. Sort the list

Viewing the test executions / test plans assigned to me

When "Assigned to me" is selected it shows the list of test executions and test plans assigned to you. 


Depending on the status of a test execution and the rights the currently logged-in user has , a set of actions would be made available when someone clicks on the "Actions" column of the row. 

Common actions for all test executions

Edit : To edit an execution
Edit Case : To add new cases to execution or to change assignees for existing cases
Copy : To copy all the data for test execution including test cases, assignees, parameters, except its execution logs into a new execution
Delete : Removes an execution

Actions that will be conditional :

Execute : If user is one of the assignees
Re-execute : If one or more tests have been executed

Stop : If an execution is running (status: In Progress)
Resume : If an execution has been stopped (status: Paused)

Note: Test execution details can be viewed by clicking on its title.

Actions for test plans

View : Takes to test plan page
Edit : If user has rights he will be able to edit the test plan details
Delete : If user has rights he will be able to delete the test plan along with its test executions. 


 List can be filtered on default criteria and the custom fields that are searchable. As in the image here, Priority, Status and Milestone are default filter criteria while Platform is a custom field included as criterion. The applied filters can be reset using the button available. 

Managing Columns

You can show or hide one or more columns in the list. 

Sorting the list

The test executions and test plans can be sorted in ascending or descending order on ID, title, priority, time taken and creation date.

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