Organize your project

You may want to organize your project by modules, by business processes, by type of tests… Choose the way that is right for you. We have developed 2 features to help you with this: folders & tags

Folders

Design Hiptest scenarios and folders

Click the links “Folders | Scenarios” to toogle between a flat list of your Scenarios or a tree of your Folders. By default the root folder has the name of the project.

You can add a description and tags to your Folder.

Within the Subfolders section you can:

  • create new folders
  • select folders to delete them or move them into another parent Folder
  • select folders to clone them in another project
  • manage tags

Within the Scenarios section you can:

  • create new Scenarios
  • select Scenarios to delete them or move them into another Folder
  • manage tags

They are some good practices that we recommend when it comes to organize your project: check our post here: Organize your project by features or by sprint? Discover our recommendation

Tags

You can add tags to different objects: Scenarios, Folders, Action Words and Tests. These tags are useful when you need a multi dimension organization of your data: priorities, type of tests…

The tag can be a simple label or have the format key:value. For example a tag could be priority:1label and key fields should not contain any special character or space. The search feature available in the different pages (Scenario, Action Word and Test Run) can be used to search for objects based on tags and names.

And of course you can combine folders and tags for a better organization! You may use folders to organize your project by modules and tags to manage priorities…

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Hiptest is FREE for open source projects

We actually utilize a number of open source components, which is why Hiptest service is free for any open source project. We are giving back to the community!

Your open source project must meet the following criteria to be approved:

  • Your project is licensed under a license approved by the Open Source Initiative
  • Your project source code is available for download
  • Your project has a publicly accessible website

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