How to Write Test Cases for Filters in TestRail
Filters can help you organize issues, test-sets, and requirements. They allow you to group issues by priority, version, or status. They can automate the updating of issues and tests. If you use filters, you can reduce the number of test cases required for a particular project.
Filters can be created dynamically in TestRail. When you add a filter, you’ll be presented with a dialog similar to the one you use to select specific test cases. Filters can also be created based on custom fields. The test cases created by a filter will be added to the test log as new runs.
When you create a filter, consider how you’ll use it. You could create a filter that only shows products if you need to search for products in your application. You won’t have any worries about accidentally selecting a product not matching your filter criteria.
Filters can be created based on test type and level. You might want to display results according to the product type you are testing or the name of the test suite. After you have created your filters, you can modify them using the Filter tab under Settings or the tree for each module.
If you’re testing a new feature, you can create multiple test cases to run in parallel. This is particularly useful if you’re testing multiple changes and upgrades at once. If you’re writing tests for a search function, you might find that it becomes complex. Testers love these challenges.