TestCaseLab is a test case management tool for QA-engineers and developers.
It allows you to follow most of the testing activities: creating test cases, categorising them, gathering them in test plan and starting test runs.
- simple search test cases by name, description or tag;
- bulk editing of test cases;
- import and export of test cases;
- simple dashboard and reports;
- API integration;
- integration with bag trackers such as Jira, Asana, Trello, YouTrack and others.
TestCaseLab helps to speed up the delivering process as well as enhance the product’s quality by setting up a smooth process of testing.
2 reviews on “TestCaseLab”
Adding the first review for TCL so I should highlight the feature they have. 1. Unlimited Project option 2. Unlimited User 3. Can run multiple test run at one time 4. Tagging and version control 5. Export-Import feature 6. Assign Test case type and category(You can create your own) 7. Nice Dashboard which includes current edited in the sidebar. 8. Integration with project management tool (Like- Jira, YouTrack, Redmine, Pivotaltracker, Asana.) 9. Having a straightforward plan/pricing (No rockets math added- Pay for test cases.)Cons
They can add more feature or they can customize more. Looks they started recently so it will take time but they can add more features to help QA team. Integration part can be more flexible and also you can guys also provide for Slack integration and you guys can add checkpoint that which level you want to notify. This will help QA team and also it will give a chance slack user to have a look. One specific comment for "support team" which is really helpful from their end, I didn't get such message like"Can't be done".
It is very intuitive. If one used other such tools for test documentation and tracking, it really very easy to start with Testcaselab. You can create a lot of testcases but you still keep the overview Our employees enjoyed the user interface, and the ease to organize test cases and move them around. We have seen value in the ability to link up to Jira for tracking bugs that have been found.Cons
The ability to have reporting at a higher level across all projects within TestRail. Need to have a better manager level view of everything.