Within a test cycle, when I select a test case from the test cycle and click Delete button the system removes the test from the list but if user refreshes they appear back in the list. Making the user click Save to commit the deletion does not make sense.
When I press delete and I see items removed from the list, logically that means it has been deleted. Otherwise there should be a different box that you click on that says “mark these for deletion” then you press save to save the changes.
When you click the box and press the delete button, there needs to be a confirmation that says “do you wish to delete these?” then when you press ok, they are deleted. There’s no logical workflow that makes sense to press the delete key and they are removed from the list where they aren’t actually deleted.
|As a...||Test Engineer|
|I would like...||to select a test case from a test cycle and press the delete button, and be presented with a confirmation dialog “do you wish to delete these?” then when I press ok, they are deleted.|
|So that I...||can logically delete the test case without having to click Save. Making the user click Save to commit the deletion does not make sense.|