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PractiTest is a test management tool for Jira that allows you to manage and present any issues or requirements created in Jira, as well as generate issues back into Jira. The Integration is continuously and automatically updated between the two, allowing a single, uniform view covering requirements, tests and issues. Comprehensive Test Execution reports including test runs and issues detected during the process can be easily generated, making PractiTest the best test management for Jira.

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Requirement Integration

Import user stories

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Issue integration

Report an issue from your run with full description added automatically

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Real time test management for Jira

Every change in Jira is automatically updated in PractiTest. Status of linked PractiTest tests and runs is updated in Jira

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Link existing entities

Link a failed test step in PractiTest to an existing bug in Jira and an existing Requirements in PractiTest to Jira Issues

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Import Jira filters

Import Jira filters directly to PractiTest and the systems will sync automatically

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Advanced reporting capabilities

Imported data is stored in PractiTest and synced for advanced reporting capabilities

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Easy configuration

Get your systems up and running seamlessly in no time


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When working with both systems, do all the users in Jira need license in PractiTest?

Absolutely not! Only the “testers” that login to PractiTest need to have a license.

I am working with Jira, why do I need a test management tool?

Jira is the most common system used for bug tracking and user stories. But, how do you make sure your product answer the user story definitions? How do you insure the entire system was tested? How do you keep track of the QA team’s work?
This is where PractiTest test management tool comes in. When integrating PractiTest with Jira, you can import the relevant user stories as requirements. You then can connect them to specific tests and testSets to make sure they are fully covered. When running the actual tests, you can report to Jira automatically with all the test field auto populated into the Jira system to make the whole process faster and seamless. When the bug’s status changes in Jira - it notifies PractiTest and the system is automatically updated accordingly. Another great thing is that you can now visualize your entire process or parts of it using PractiTest unique dashboards and reports, making your every-days work more valuable.

Why isn’t it enough to use an excel sheet for testing together with Jira for bug tracking?

Excel can be used for teams smaller than 3 members, with simple testing process. It lets you collaborate and manage your testing in sheets. But what happens when you have more and more tests? How do you make sure everyone is aligned and there is no double work? How do you make sure all tests are being covered? What happens when you need to test on various OSs and browsers, how would you “blank” all excel sheets? How would you report them all in a simple way? And what happens when your team grows? All of a sudden there are misunderstandings and things are either missed or work is being done twice.
With PractiTest test management tool you know exactly what is going on with your team and their progress. Each test is assigned to a tester, each user story defined in Jira can be traced back to tests and tesSets, the full scope of work is under control and no bug goes missing in the process because it is all automatically updated on both PractiTest and Jira.

Why not use a tool that resides within Jira?

Having a test management tool within Jira might sound like a good solution - having everything in one place. But is that true? Do you really have everything in one place? Maybe stuffing your test management into your Jira system means you lose some important functionalities and options you can get from a stand alone test management. Being inside jira is restrictive and might damage your full perspective. You lose important possibilities like having your automated test results presented in your system, Exploratory testing and other functionalities necessary for full QA coverage. In addition to that, unlike systems that reside within Jira, in PractiTest you pay only for the users who actually test. We understand the need of having one platform to handle the entire process and that is why we have a 2 way integration between PractiTest and Jira - Every change to any linked issue in Jira will automatically be updated in PractiTest so you don’t need to jump between the systems - you can get all your answer in PractiTest. Always know what’s going on with your product and get true, live insights into your process using PractiTest.

What does it mean 2 way integration? How is it different from other tools’ integrations?

Most tools offer an integration with Jira, but working with them doesn’t allow full coverage and seamless work between the systems. Having the ability to report to Jira is great but having only that means you still need to jump between the systems and do a lot of manual work in order to understand where you are at. Having a system that actually TALKS to Jira means your work is smoother, faster, smarter and covers your entire process. Your user stories are imported as requirements to PractiTest where you can use traceability to make sure they are covered by tests and testSets. When you run your test you can fail a test and automatically report an issue to Jira, that will have all your test parameters inserted to it automatically, and once the status of the jira bug is changed - your PractiTest system is also updated and you can create graphs and reports that include the real live information of your process. This makes your work more valuable and more efficient

How do you configure the integration?

Configuring the integration is a simple process with just a few clicks to enable the integration and start working straight away. Read more about it here>

We work with confluence, can the results and data be displayed there as well?

Sure! Our dashboards are not only customisable, but can also be embedded in any company wiki page such as confluence. They can even be embedded in your office kitchen monitor - anything to help you control your testing and have the full view of it.

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