We are happy to announce the immediate availability of TestRail 1.1. This version introduces a role and permission system, a new blocked test status as well as several smaller improvements, changes and some bug fixes.
What's new in TestRail 1.1.0
Please see below for the changes for this version.
[*]Added: Roles and permissions for fine-grained user access control[/*]
[*]Added: Blocked status for tests and test results[/*]
[*]Added: Different display variants (large, medium, small size) for run, suite and milestone overview pages[/*]
[*]Added: Ability to clear the message queue in the admin area[/*]
[*]Added: Link in title for tests to quickly jump to the results of a test[/*]
[*]Added: Favicon to identify browser windows/tabs as TestRail[/*]
[*]Added: Bug tracker integration topic to the documentation[/*]
[*]Changed: Merged retest functionality in add/edit result dialog[/*]
[*]Changed: Reduced font size in grids in order to make them a bit more compact[/*]
[*]Changed: Ordering test run overview by name (instead of creation date as in previous versions)[/*]
[*]Changed: Displaying up to four projects in the global dashboard chart (was three previously)[/*]
[*]Fixed: Closing a test run does not work from run activity page[/*]
[*]Fixed: Parsing and displaying defect IDs in tests does not correctly work with spaces (instead of commas)[/*]
Getting the new version
A 30-day fully functional trial version of TestRail can be requested here:
We are now also offering a hosted online trial of TestRail. So if you haven't had the chance to download and install TestRail, you can now request a hosted trial and we will setup TestRail on our servers for you.
If you want to order TestRail, you can do so directly in our online shop:
Registered customers can download the full version from our customer portal:
Updating to the new version
You can update to the new version by installing it over your existing TestRail installation (there's no need to uninstall your existing installation). The database upgrade wizard is automatically started when you access TestRail with your web browser.