Our group has been using TestRail for 5 months or so, and it’s working out great. Many thanks for letting us evaluate TestRail for so long while the purchase order was in process.
One request our guys have inquired about has to do with the test run history. Many times they want to know about any defects that were opened in a particular test (we track bugs in Fogbugz and link these cases in the Defects field) . However, when a new test run is created, they can no longer see what defects were opened (unless they view closed test runs) because the history is not preserved across test runs (which is understandable in most cases). This can lead to duplicate bug submissions, and we try to avoid that as much as possible.
The feature request we have is to preserve the Test Run history when coping from a previous Test Run. When you view a closed test run and click on “Rerun”, this would cause the history of the test run to be preserved (or, this could be an option in the Add Test Run window).
If there is some workaround for this we would appreciate any insight you could provide.