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[Implemented] Automagically expand tests if one failed



Automagically expand tests if one failed

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#1

kurtfairfield

    Posted 16 Dec 2016 and edited 20 Jan 2018

    It would be nice to have the current test run automagically expand to show the tests run if one had failed. Currently it takes two relatively precise clicks to make this happen.

    Ideally, put a toggle in the action area above 'auto expand if failure' checkbox maybe?



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    #2

    kate.dulko

      Posted 16 Dec 2016

      Hi Kurt,


      Thank you for your feature request. 

      We agree that this looks more convenient. At the same time, we plan to make the test-run automatically expanded right after it is started.

      What do you think will be the best option for test results functionality? 

      We will appreciate your opinion on this and will discuss the best way to work with tests.


      Thank you,

      Kate


      Kate Dulko
      Customer Relations

      The Welkin Suite

      twitter: @KateDulko
      skype id: d_katerina
      e-mail: kate.dulko@welkinsuite.com

       

        


      #3

      kurtfairfield

        Posted 16 Dec 2016

        That would be good, to have the current test expand automatically on queing, but not all of the test reports in the stack should expand.  They should stay in the configuration they are set in, rather than simply expanding all test results, which can be excessive for larger test sets.


        #4

        kate.dulko

          Posted 16 Dec 2016

          Thank you for your response.


          We will add this flow to possible cases and will keep you updated on the results of our discussions on it.


          Thank you for sharing your vision one more time.

          Kindest Regards,

          Kate


          Kate Dulko
          Customer Relations

          The Welkin Suite

          twitter: @KateDulko
          skype id: d_katerina
          e-mail: kate.dulko@welkinsuite.com

           

            


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