Hierarchical filters’ tree overview
Before you start we recommend you to see the hierarchal filters tree video and in case you’ve never worked with PractiTest filters in the past, that you also take 5 minutes to read the page on how to work with Custom Filters.
for representing complex products with features and sub features (sub components), for representing Releases with sub versions/builds/sprints, etc.
First, we will need two kinds of fields: a List and a linked-list field. In this example, the parent list is called “features” and the child list is called “sub-features” (the fields are created under Settings –> Fields).
If you do not know how to create a linked-list field, click here to read more.
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