So it is easy to miss a test case if 1 out of 100 tests (Extreme case being putting forward… Not that I would ever do this) was marked as pass and the other 99 were left to do at a later date.
If a new tester was to move on to the project they would just see the test as pass and not know the other 99 were marked as untested.
The statistics doesn’t show the missing tests either and just lists the amount of test suites, not test cases.
The image below is showing 3 test cases ad the top one as passed, yet there are 2 untested in that scenario.
The 33% passed is due to there being 2 other test cases each with 3 tests in there so the percentage should be more around 16.6%