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Define your Product

TestBench Cloud Services was developed with a particular focus on agile teams and their functioning. The requirements of your products - the objects to be tested - are managed in the form of Epics and User Stories.

Describe the more significant features in Epics and define the details from an end user's perspective in User Stories. All objects and open activities within your Product - from Epics to User Stories to Test Cases - are displayed on the Product Overview screen.

Product Overview

More information about the meaning of the symbols and colors can be found in the section "Review quality".


Video Overview


Create your Test Cases

Specify all preconditions for your Test Cases, which are necessary for the execution.

Steps for preparation, for navigation, for performing the main test activities, for checking the result and for resetting the test object after the tests. With these test sequences, you can verify the acceptance criteria of your User Stories.


User Story


Execute your Test Cases

The test execution history shows all performed test executions. The status of the latest execution is the current status of the Test Case.

The test sequence is separated into several sections. First, the preconditions can be marked as fulfilled. When you start the execution, you can manually set every test step from preparation to resetting the environment as passed or failed.


Testcase with error list at execution


Video Test Case Execution


Report incidents

When a test step is set to "failed", a form opens automatically to create a new Defect to the test step. Report your bugs, classify them in terms of status, priority, and severity and add users, which are responsible for the Defect.

Defects, which are independent of a particular test step, can be created with the help of the "Global defects" field.


Test Execution with error list and error details