+1 - this is also something our team could use.
We develop a product across a variety of platforms and so we often use 1 suite to create 30+ identical test runs (to be run across the various platforms). In this case, in every test run there are always going to be tests which are ‘Not Applicable’ or are ‘Not Tested’ (maybe because 5 of the platforms don’t support this feature, or the cases are low priority ‘test if time’ and we ran out of time, or perhaps a new feature was de-scoped from release).
This means we may get a Pie Chart which shows a PASS rate of 20% on a test run, which when the ‘Not Applicable’ and ‘Not Tested’ cases are removed would, would actually show a 90% pass rate.
While we could go through every test run and manually remove the test cases which are not applicable or ended up not being run, it is a large admin overhead in reporting. It would also be ideal to keep the results of the test cases in the runs, so we have a record of what features do and do not apply to each platform.
It would be extremely beneficial to our team to have a feature where we are able to customise the Pie Chart displayed at the top of the Test Run, Test Plan or Test Report, either across all Projects or only in specifically selected projects.