Anyone use Azure Devops and it’s Test Plans integration for “test case management”, mostly as it relates to manual testing? I use this term super loosely as I’m only “documenting” test cases for our more critical regression tests for our offshore team to run. I’m curious what people’s experience has been in creating test cycles in this tool that make sense. I find it rather clunky and difficult to work with. Curious what others have experienced with this? Or if they’ve just tossed in the towel and found a better means of managing the test effort? I’m not seeing much referenced on this tool which makes me wonder if it’s actually used much; Azure DevOps is definitely more included to support the CI/CD model (we have quite a ways to go on that yet). Thanks!
An example of it’s functionality that drives me batty…
I can either define test cases be query, which pulls in everything that matches that query automatically (cool if I want to add a single test case). I’m unable to remove single test cases in a suite, however, which is goofy.
On the flip side, if I have a static test suite, I’m then able to remove single test cases in a suite BUT I’m unable to add individual test cases.