October 2022 Updates

Last updated: October 30, 2022

Here are some updates from the past month


  • Jira cloud comments two-way sync
    Ensure seamless internal communication by syncing Jira comments to PractiTest and PractiTest comments to Jira (Currently available for Jira Cloud only). This feature is being released gradually. Read more about it here.

  • Comment on a step
    To improve communication and efficiency, you can now comment on each step in a manual scripted test in the Test Library. Like any other comments section in PractiTest, you can tag people using the ‘@’, edit your comment and delete it. This can be used as part of an internal reviewal process.

  • Test Set feedback implementation
    As we moved to the New Test Set screen, we implemented users’ feedback in order to improve functionality and usability. We are constantly looking to improve and invite you to use the new test set and share your feedback with us.

  • We want your feedback!
    Have a great idea for PractiTest? Add your feature ideas or vote for existing suggestions here: feature_request

Coming up

  • Join the ​​12th OnlineTestConf!
    Listen to QA thought leaders from all over the world. November 29th. Sign up here

  • Come meet us at CAST 2022 - Hands-on conference
    7 – 8 November San Diego, CA. Set a meeting

  • PractiTest Live Training
    Join our customer success team on a dedicated training session focusing on Test Orchestration and PractiTest automation capabilities.
    November 8th, 14:00 EDT / 20:00 CEST Sign up here
    Can’t make it?
    Join a general training session on November 22nd, 10:00 EDT / 16:00 CEST Sign up here

  • Is this testable? How to ask better questions from my applications and engineering teams - Guest webinar with Michael Larsen
    November 16th, 10:00 EDT / 16:00 CEST. Sign up here

PractiTest and Beyond

  • The 90-day journey of a QA Manager to impact
    Download this new eBook and learn how to make a significant effect with a 30-60-90 day plan. Download here

  • A complete guide to Software Test Execution
    A new article by Randy Rice. Read it here

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