Tricentis Test Management for Jira FAQ
Tricentis Test Management for Jira is a collaboration-driven test management tool. It lets you create, execute, and analyze test activities in your product development cycle - directly from your Jira projects.
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An administrator needs to set up Tricentis Test Management for Jira in your environment for the first time. The initial setup is simple and only takes a few minutes; users can start their testing activities immediately after it is completed.
While it is possible to use both solutions simultaneously in a given Jira environment, it's not possible to use them to track the same requirements. We recommend that you always use them separately.
We're glad to hear that you like Tricentis Test Management for Jira. You can leave feedback or ideas on our Tricentis idea portal.
To improve the user experience and keep everything running smoothly, we use Datadog to screen record your activity inside Tricentis Test Management for Jira. We delete these recordings after 30 days.
Tricentis Test Management for Jira is a subscription-based solution that you can easily acquire from the Atlassian Marketplace. Your subscription and its payments are securely handled by Atlassian directly.
No, Tricentis Test Management for Jira is licensed separately.
No, you don't need any qTest license to use Tricentis Test Management for Jira. Tricentis Test Management for Jira is licensed separately.
Tricentis Test Management for Jira offers 50 GB of storage for your test data and attachments, such as screenshots, recordings, or other test artifacts. However, we currently don't enforce storage limits. See the next question for more details.
We currently don't enforce storage limits. This means you can exceed the 50 GB limit as long as you use the product in accordance with our acceptable use policy. Keep in mind, however, that we might charge for excess storage in the future. If that happens, users will be notified enough time in advance.
Most test data consists of test case attachments and/or test artifacts. If your tests contain large videos or high-resolution screen captures, your can quickly use up your storage allowance.
We recommend that you always use a sustainable file attachment policy in your team:
Avoid duplicate files in your test cases, requirements, and defects.
Define a standard video and screen capture file format for the whole team.
Screen regularly for unused large files and file duplicates.
No, you must have a Test Case issue type to work with test steps and test execution in Tricentis Test Management for Jira.
Yes, you can mark any issue type as a requirement instead of exclusively using the Requirement issue type. For more information, see "Create and link requirements".
No, test cases and requirements are exclusively for the Jira project in which they were first created.
Yes, you can use an Excel file to create multiple test cases at the same time. For more information, see "Create and organize test cases".
Yes, you can easily import test cases from an Excel file. For more information, see "Create and organize test cases".