Firstly, well done on TestRail… in my early use of it, it seems to be great software with a nice, clean design and easy to use.
I just thought I’d post my ‘most wanted’ features to find out whether they’re on your development agenda.
Specifically, the feature that would be most useful for me would be the ability to add arbitrary tags to test cases. So, for example, I could tag certain tests as “Time Consuming” or “Critical” or potentially tag them with a customer’s name if they’re crucial to that customer’s contentment with the product.
Then, when assembling a test run, I would want to be able to add test cases to a test run by searching for them based on their tags.
Obviously tags would provide a great way of categorizing test cases in multiple categories, without the limitations imposed by the folder hierarchy structure.
My second feature request relates to the optional “Steps” field that you can add to test cases. At the moment, if you enable it, you can have a collection of separate ‘steps’ for carrying out the test. Problem is, each step only has a place to describe the step itself, and the Expected Results field is still just a single big text field, so it seems there is no way to describe the expected result for each step.
It would be great to be able to do this - i.e. the STEPS list could have an expected result for each step item.
If I am missing any features that can accomplish the above, please let me know, otherwise I look forward to the ongoing development of new features in upcoming releases of TestRail.