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What is Test plan?

Test Planning provides rich and powerful tools everyone in the team can use to drive quality and collaboration throughout the development process. The easy-to-use, browser-based test management solution provides all the capabilities required for planned manual testing.


How does Test Planning work?

Consider the following points to understand what a Test Plan is:

  1. akaAT Management supports flexible and lightweight project management within the Test Planning module.

  2. Test Planning supports the Release and Cycle.

    • Release is usually known as Sprint in Agile methodology (or Milestone in Waterfall in methodology).

    • Cycle is known as Sub-Sprint or Iteration in Agile (or Sub-Milestone in Waterfall).

  3. Test Planning allows the users and stakeholders to manage and track all testing and development work schedules and actual status.

  4. Along with these, the your team can add requirements to the scope of these Release and Cycle.

Test-specific item types

The item types— Release, Cycle, Test Suites, Test Executions — support several explicit links to support requirements tracking and sharing test steps and data across many test cases. Test cases can be assigned as manual or automated.