Test cycle freeze when done in Zephyr Scale
Is it possible to freeze or archive a test cycle when it is done? I would like to avoid any modification on their test executions after test cycle is set to done?
thanks a lot!
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Unfortunately not. I would like to see this feature added - a little padlock that could be clicked to lock the cycle. There are some things you could do to make this work:
- Add a custom test cycle status, e.g. ARCHIVE, DO NOT USE, ...
- Create a new Archive test cycle root folder and move test cycles into that root when they're done
Hope that helps somewhat
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Thanks a lot!
I will create a feature request.
Can you please give the link to your feature request? This feature is long overdue. I filed it years ago in the old ticket system but it had only been closed. It seems it was never worked on.
I cannot share any link as the Ideas Portal is no longer available. Feature requests are track internally.
Thanks for your reply. The separation into different tools was unnecessary and became a big disadvantage for customers. It made it very intransparent to see which bugs and feature requests are already existing and discussed by other customers and the vendor. This all belongs into one platform visible for every paying customer. Even more as they are selling software for exactly that purpose - incident tracking and test management.
Hello all! Apologies, I reached out to the team to see if there is a place you can submit your feature requests. I'll let you know when I have an update.
Hi! I heard from the team. There is a new portal where you can submit your Zephyr Scale ideas! - https://portal.productboard.com/smartbear/13-zephyr-scale/c/213-welcome-to-our-scale-roadmap There hasn't been a big announcement made yet about it but you can start using it now 🙂
Thanks a lot. I have seen the feature is already posted but still no votes 😞
@4fml please vote 😉
You're welcome! Aw, good luck! 🙂