+1 vote. It would be nice to be able to add an existing test run to a test plan. because if you already populated your test run with results, you would need to delete it, create a new test run inside a test plan and then redo everything…
+1 please. This would be really helpful
I would like to add my vote +1 for this feature (flexible management of test runs) also.
Agreed with all of the above. I vote for the flexible test run management and being able to move partially or fully executed test runs into other test plans. Thanks.
+6 votes from the admins on my team
Please add my vote for the ability to add standalone test runs into test plans. Thanks.
Adding a vote for this feature from my team
Thumbs up from me as well.
Adding my vote in here. We are a large organization, and often have to change how we structure our Test Plans and Milestones midway through projects. It would be extremely useful to be able to reorganize test runs into consolidated test plans during the testing phase, without loosing the test run history.
Same here. We need to be flexible, we can’t set everything in stone years ahead. Being able to reorganize the projects is really a must to have feature.
Thank you for the updates! I have added all of the newest votes to this feature request.
Yes, me too. We have many cases where we need to move the testruns, including results.
On a side note, every time I think of a feature we need I search the forums and find that people have gotten here before me asking for the same feature. For years (this thread started in 8 years ago…and this is not unique). I’ve yet to see any of them ever actually get implemented. Sometimes I wonder if feedback from these forums ever gets channeled back to the programmers…
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