QMetry Test Management enables software testing teams of enterprises across the world to shift left the software quality
Considered one of the best test management tools, QMetry Test Management offers test case authoring, reusable test cases, test execution, 140+ reports including deep traceability and test case coverage reports with customization options, seamless integrations with Jira, CI/CD tools like Bamboo/Jenkins, and Automation frameworks. It is a scalable, secured and modular tool that offers features like e-signature specifically designed for large compliance driven enterprises. With built-in exploratory testing, QMetry Test Management offers smart and automated documentation for your test cases.
With Agile Friendly design and folder structure enablement, it is well-suited for traditional and Agile teams or teams that are in transition.
Agile support with its easy integrations with CI/CD tools & intuitive test authoring, execution, traceability and reusability
Create, organize, link, monitor, import/export - Comprehensive test management in its true form
Actionable insights through extensive reports and customizable visual analytics
Just some highlights of using QMetry Test Management
Author, manage, execute
test cases with speed and agility
Version Control lets you create and
retain versions of your test assets
Integration with Jira,
Jenkins, Bamboo, TestNG and more
Complete access to all test
scenarios from within the story
Comprehensive test coverage and
end to end traceability
Test automation in Agile &
Easy cloning, auto fill, and auto
suggests of test runs
Fully customizable and configurable
at every level
Easy migration and
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- End-to-end test management
- Requirements management
- Test Automation and effective quality metrics
- Test Execution management
- Scalable, secure and designed for DevOps
- Deep Integration with Jira, CI/CD & automation tools
- BDD and TDD enable test creation
- Streamlines Object Spying and Repository Management
- Comprehensive reports & dashboards for informed automated testing
- Web recording and playback to convert testing sequence to automation scripts
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Have questions? Here are some FAQs to help you
How to assign roles in QMetry?
To ensure team collaboration and agile project management, users can be assigned various roles for single project or multiple projects. QMetry’s administration section helps agile testing team, development team, business analyst to create a new custom role. Admin can enter the name of the role and its description along with providing module wise permissions to the role.
How to add labels in QMetry?
The Labels field is a system defined field in modules like Requirement, Test Case and Test Suite for effective testing. The field is most often used for a major classification of a product or service. Some organizations use “Module”, "Component" and "Product" in place of Label to track testing activities.
How can I create Test case from Requirement?
QMetry enables accurate test plans and execution through agile testing. To reduce testing efforts and fasten the testing process, user can create a new test case from the link “Create New Test Case” inside a User Story. This opens Test Cases module in a separate tab, wherein you can create more test cases.
What is BDD Editor in Requirement & it's implementation?
QMetry is a test management software helping both manual and automated testing teams in performing testing activities. With QMetry, enterprise automated testing teams practicing Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) can author, store and sync features files directly with Version Control Systems (VCS) like SVN, Git and BitBucket. This can be done using the built-in Gherkin editor in QMetry requirements.
How does QMetry manages test cases and ensures reusability at the same time?
QMetry is a test case management tool that encourages users to maximize efficiency in managing test. It allows to create test cases along with different ways to reuse them. Reusing shareable test cases, copying test cases and test steps, moving test cases between projects – are some of the options through which test cases can be managed and reused.
How to ensure complete traceability and coverage among requirements and test cases?
Traceability and coverage among requirement, test case and test execution are required to trace user stories with test cases. With QMetry’s traceability report, user ensures that adequate level of testing is being achieved for each story.
How to initiate Exploratory Testing using QMetry Exploratory testing?
QMetry along with being a test management tool also provides add-on for the Exploratory Testing. QMetry Exploratory Testing has been designed to empower users to carry out testing while they explore websites. Exploratory testing also helps testers in creating documentation for the automated tests. This ensures that testers’ time is invested in investigating the site instead of writing every single test activity.
Which Frameworks & Languages Automation Supports?
QMetry Test Management allows integration with automation frameworks such as Cucumber, TestNG, JUnit, HP UFT, QAF. Additionally, for test reports any of these mentioned frameworks are supported by QMetry Test Management.
Which are the ways to Import test results via automation?
Using QMetry automation agents, automated tests can be triggered directly from QMetry. Due to this capability of integration with automation framework, QMetry functions as a tracking tool allowing Test Suite to store automation execution results. This ensures complete feature traceability with requirements.
How to see Top issues with the help of Reports?
Along with many test reports, QMetry provides “Top Issues Report” that shows the top defects affecting the most test cases created over a period for the current Project. It displays the defects which are linked maximum times with test cases. The Usages count on the report indicates the number of times that defect is linked with test cases.