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Test cycles

Start new test cycles for testing projects, sprints, changes or releases. Or copy complete test cycles, for example for periodic regression testing.
Give (business) testers access to test cycles and invite them to prepare or execute tests.
Use standard interfaces to retrieve and test JIRA user stories or TOPdesk changes, for example, at test cycle.
Easily import release notes of the applications to be tested.
Give external partners access to your test cycle, for example to resolve test findings.

Products & requirements

Use products in Testersuite to define the structure of the applications (modules, submodules, functionalities) you will test.
Import the application structure of industry peers who are testing the same applications.
Register or import requirements and link them to the application parts they belong to.
Use the automatic workflow to manage the process of designing, building and testing requirements.
Link test cases to the applications or requirements to be tested.

Test design

Create new test cases and work them out in test steps. Link attachments (screen shots) to the expected result of test steps.
Import existing (Excel) test cases using the import function in Testersuite.
If desired, make a distinction between test cases for different test types. For example, for the Functional Acceptance Test (FAT) and for the User Acceptance Test (GAT).
Combine test cases into test scenarios for testing (end-to-end) processes.
Execute test cases and test scenarios immediately by turning them into test runs at the push of a button.

Test execution

Prepare test cases and test scenarios to be tested in test runs.
Assign individual testers or groups to carry out the tests.
Schedule test runs so that the tests are offered to the testers and the testers are automatically e-mailed.
Enforce the order of testing in the test run. The testers are only informed when it is their turn (when the predecessors have finished).
Testers can easily perform their own tests and record the test results. Require testers to make test findings immediately for the tests that are not OK.


Register defects, including screenshots that can be edited directly in Testersuite . The defects are linked to the application components or requirements they relate to.
Make it even easier for business testers to record test findings with the Exploratory Testing App .
Use the automatic workflow function to manage the cooperation between testers and practitioners.
All those involved in a defect are automatically notified when new comments are posted.
Make use of standard links, for example to transfer test findings to JIRA.


Use the standard reports to quickly understand test coverage and progress.
Based on the application structure and requirements, report on the execution of tests and defects.
Report per test type, for example for the Functional Acceptance Test (FAT) and for the User Acceptance Test (GAT).
Use the drill down function to click through from reports to the underlying information.
Easily create your own reports and make them available to others.
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Master list

Save the regression tests in the Master List and use the tests in multiple test cycles.
Quickly find the regression tests you need in your test cycle . By selecting application parts, the corresponding tests are automatically retrieved.
In your test cycle also re-use the application structure that the tests are hung on. This structure is automatically retrieved when regression tests are retrieved.
Update the regression test set after the completion of a test cycle by writing the changes to the Master list.
From the Masterlist, see in which ongoing test cycles application parts are being tested.


Configure all components within Testersuite such as requirements, test cases and defects, based on how your organization works.
Change field names, turn fields on or off, make fields mandatory or not and decide where fields should be on the screen.
Add different types of custom fields, such as text fields, drop-down lists, user lists or date fields.
Configure workflows for automatically mailing requirements, test cases, test scenarios, test runs and defects.
Create multiple environments within Testersuite, such as by branch or team, and for each environment have an administrator determine how the environment should be configured.

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