TestLodge – Online Test Management Tool

What is TestLodge?

TestLodge is an online Test Management Tool which allows you to create and manage multiple requirements, test suites, test plans and record test results. No installation is required and you can access the tool from anywhere.

It has an intuitive and easy to use interface and contains the most important elements to get the job done quickly.

How to get started with TestLodge?

Test Plans, Test Cases and Traceability Matrix

Once you have signed-up for one of the packages at TestLodge, to get started you first need to create a project within TestLodge.

Once you select the project, you can create a test plan by clicking on the Test Plans tab. You can either create a template for your test plan or create one from scratch.

Once a test plan is created, you can add, edit or delete content using the interface. You can also rearrange items on the test plan by using an easy “drag and drop” feature.

A powerful feature of TestLodge is builtin versioning which means you can update your work and always go back to previous versions if you need to. For example, when requirements change, you can have multiple versions to track the changes.

Another great feature of TestLodge is the traceability matrix which maps which requirements is associates with which test case.

All test cases are grouped in test suites. Each test case has a number, a name, description, test steps, expected results and can be associated with a given requirement as well as being able to attache images and wireframes.

Once you have created all your test cases, you can easily browse from the list by going to the relevant test suite or you can use the search feature.

Test Executions

When you run a test manually, you can record the result as either a passed, failed or skipped. And after the test runs, you can generate a test summary report which gives an overview of the results of the test cases.

TestLodge has a strong integration with most existing opensource bug-tracking tools  which allows tickets to be automatically created when a test case fails.

For further details, refer to the tutorials below:

TestLodge Introduction

Test suites and Test cases

Test plans and requirements

Creating Test runs

Executing Test runs

Integrating with Jira

Users and roles

For more info visit: www.testlodge.com