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As a user, I would like to filter by folder name

Number of filters options available via Test Library but adding a Folder option will help a step more when there are number of test cases sageragated in different folders.

  • Ishwar Vibhuti
  • Feb 12 2021
  • Gathering Interest
As a... QA/Tester
I would like... To have Folder option in Test Library
So that I... Testcases also can be filtered by Folder line Labels
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  • Evgeny Gvozdev commented
    13 Feb 09:45am

    It is good isdea - we can use it for selecting test cases from different folders and then make one action for all of them.

    It is 2-nd way of implementing in my Idea https://zephyr-scale-server-dc.ideas.aha.io/ideas/TM4JS-I-548

  • Julian Palmer commented
    1 Oct, 2021 05:53am

    Hi there. We have a lot of test cases organized by folders - sometimes 3 or 4 levels deep. The top level folder may be a feature name, and the subfolders might be access methods (web, CLI etc). When our QA engineers want to find a test, they start in the feature folder and see the test. However there is no way to see what folder the test is in. This makes it harder to organize the test library.

    Adding a column to the view for folder, that shows the right side of the folder name (if it needs to be curtailed, with hover over for full expansion!) would help. Then also add a Filter to be able to look for test cases by Folder name.


  • Ishwar Vibhuti commented
    12 Mar, 2021 11:26am

    Hello Deita,

    Folders created under tastcases are given meaningfull name. And hence it is good to have a filter option with folders as well. This helps when there are number of folders with proper naming convention. Test cases are categorised in those folders and can be filters and shorten the search criteria.



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    Deita Howard commented
    26 Feb, 2021 11:27am

    Hey Ishwar,

    Thanks for the suggestion. Could you tell me how this would help you do your job better?

    I always like to understand the problem completely :)