Stay in the Loop with Actionable Software Testing Reports
Progress requires action.
TestRail’s software testing reports help you guide your QA team towards making the right decisions regarding your QA testing efforts, so you can stay on track towards your deadlines and goals.
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Project dashboards, email notifications, and clear reports keep you and your team informed.
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Easily aggregate results for projects, selected milestones, or report individual test runs.
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Spread work evenly across your QA team with projected effort estimates based on past results.
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All test results and project activities are archived so you can reference them any time.
Why are software testing reports as important as running tests?
Because you do not want to miss running a critical test. Period. That’s the reason why software testing reports are just as important as running tests. It is easier said than done with new test cases being added to your test plan in each release. Good reporting comes to the rescue.
Another point to consider is the actual information in a report. A testing report with lots of statistics, but without any actionable conclusions is not that valuable.
TestRail’s software testing reporting feature has been designed to provide you with relevant information at just the right level of detail. With these reports you can make the right decisions about your project and take action.
You can see completed test runs, the number of tests that failed, and how many tests have yet to be run at a glance. You can summarize reports for projects or selected milestones and, of course, it is also possible to drill down to individual test runs.
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