- by clicking the Create Step button, which will create a new step at the end of the steps list;
- or by hovering in-between steps or after the last step and clicking the Create Step button, which will create a new step in between the steps or after the last step.
To edit a step click on any of the fields of the step and it will enter in edit mode. A step in edit mode is easily identified by its background color and by the Save and Cancel buttons at the top and bottom of the form. Once you are done editing the step you should press the Save button.
There are multiple ways to change the rank of a step:
It's also possible to do the same for all steps at the same time. This can be useful in order to have a quick overview of all the steps. The left icon in the marked section will collapse all the steps and the right one will expand all steps.
Change View Mode
The steps can be viewed in 2 modes: List and Grid. The view mode can be changed in the top toolbar of the Test Steps.
The List mode is advised if the steps have a large amount of content and you need to view all of it instead of having a quick overview of the step.
The Grid mode is more compact and it's better used to view multiple steps at the same time..
It's possible to search for steps containing a specific text using the search bar.
When text is introduced into the search bar, it will enter into an active search state and only the steps that include that text in any of its fields will be displayed. The search is case insensitive.
The steps displayed in the search results will be automatically expanded.
An active search can also be identified by the search results overview at the top of the steps list indicating how many steps are being showed currently from the total steps available.
In an active search state, the following step actions are disabled:
An active search can be dismissed to return to the normal test steps view by clicking the "x" icon in the search bar or by manually clearing the text there.
Edit in Dialog
It's possible to do all the actions mentioned above actions in a dialog. To open the dialog click the Edit in Dialog button or pick a step and press the first icon of the actions toolbar.
The only difference between the Dialog and the Issue view is that on the Dialog the steps are only saved when the Save button at the bottom of the dialog is pressed and not when you press Done button in the edit/creation form of the step. This means that you can edit multiple steps at the same time and if at the end you want to revert the changes you just have to click Cancel. If you want to save the steps you click Save. When doing so, without first pressing Done button and after a change has been made, a dialog message is displayed warning the user for unsaved changes.
Test Steps can be imported from external sources such as:
Overall, you can configure which columns you want to import, including if you want to override the steps already present in the Test.
Manual Test Steps can be exported to CSV by clicking Export Steps in the Test Details section of the Test.
The following dialog will pop up.