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Share Test Plan Publicly

Extend the accessibility of the test plan data to users inside and outside of TestCollab.

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Written by Vishal Vaswani
Updated over a week ago

We're excited to announce that your team now has even greater flexibility for sharing vital information regarding your test plans. This groundbreaking feature allows you to share data, not just with registered users, but also with individuals who haven't registered with your company on our TestCollab platform. This could include business stakeholders, clients, contractors or other third-party teams who may find this information beneficial.

What you share?

Comprehensive Summary of the Test Plan - The dashboard providing comprehensive and analytical data on entire test plan can now be shared, providing a details of the testing strategy, objectives, schedule, and resources.

The Entire List of Test Cases - Share the complete list of test cases which maps out what is being tested. This includes the test cases id, description, steps, and the expected results, actual results, and execution logs thereby providing a complete context.

Details of the Test RUNs - Not just the list of test cases, you can also share detailed information about each test RUN. This entails the status of the test (Failed, Passed, Skipped, Blocked etc.).

Activities Tied to the Test Plan - TestCollab also lets you share a detailed activity log associated with the test plan. Stakeholders can view all actions and updates recorded during the test case runs.

Defects Reported - Lastly, but arguably one of the most important data points: any defects unearthed during the test runs can be shared. Defect id, title, reporting status, link to the original defect record; all can be communicated.

How to share?

The option to get a shareable link for the test plan is available on test plan summary page.

Share a test plan

This feature will enable improved communication with all stakeholders, allowing everyone to stay informed with the latest updates, regardless of their registration status with your company's account. On top of that, it promotes transparency and provides tangible evidence of your rigorous and diligent testing method.

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