Here are some updates from the past month
Jira Server and Datacenter no-plugin integration:
This new integration option doesn’t require you to install anything, and allows you to easily configure two-way integration between the two systems. Learn More
The first workshop session of PractiTest labs took place this month, discussing custom fields and filters, and it was a huge success. Thanks to all who participated, there’s much more to come!
We highly recommend everyone to watch the recording, since it will significantly help you to get more value from PractiTest. (Don’t say we didn’t tell you). Watch The Recording
Creating test sets from tests import:
From now on you can create test sets that will contain your imported tests, directly from the import module. Learn More
Update project’s history with API changes:
We added a new API parameter that will update the history sections (including the global history), with Requirements, Tests and Issues changes that were made using API requests. API Documentation
New guide for using PractiTest with Automation via the API:
We created a detailed step-by-step guide for integrating your automation results from PractiTest using the API. Download PDF
The 7th State of Testing survey is now live and awaiting your answers:
The final report is the most comprehensive out there in terms of software testing trends. If you didn’t have the chance to answer yet, you can still influence the report. Learn More
QA or the Highway conference:
Come and join us at Columbus, Ohio on February 25th! We are sponsoring this wonderful event, in which Joel, our Solution Architect, will also be one of the speakers.
PractiTest tool review by the software testing thought leader, Raj Subrameye.
Wait for it…
This feature will be released shortly and will greatly facilitate the integration process with CI/CD frameworks. Stay tuned.