How to view and filter your results
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Written by Bogdan Hiriscau
Updated over a week ago

Viewing a test results summary

  1. Head over to the Results tab

  2. Navigate down to a test you wish to inspect, click on it

  3. This will expand the advanced details, including an issues reported tab, and where applicable, test case results and tester feedback.

4. You can now navigate between the three tabs or inspect an individual bug or test case by expanding it to see the full details

Filtering test results by issue

In the "issues reported" tab within, you filter in two ways:

  1. With the "new", "accepted", "rejected" buttons

  2. By the "tags" button, which includes any tags that you might wish to add

In this example, we have filtered for "Accepted" and added the tag "Known Issue"

Selecting a tag for an issue will apply this tag and will allow you to more easily filter and group issues.

Inspecting an issue

Clicking on any of the issues will take you to a detailed view of that issue.

i. See the full production environment for reproducibility

ii. Accept or reject the issue

iii. Add further information like tags to the issue for filtering

Viewing by test case

The second tab within your test results dashboard is your test case summary. This is only applicable if you have written test cases, and is designed to give you a quick overview of your test cases.

You can see:

  • The overall pass / failure of the test case

  • What % of testers passed / failed

  • The test information such as the test details

Inspecting a test case

Clicking on any of the test case results will take you to a similar screen to inspect the test case. You can see:

  • The full production environment for every tester

  • The nature of the issue the tester found, (with a link to an "inspect issue" report)

And you can:

  • Reproduce test case results

  • Accept / reject findings

On the bottom of this rejected test case, you can see that we are linking to the corresponding issue that is related to the test case result.

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