Introducing the large-scale release that everyone has been waiting for! DoQA has the first integration with an external service — Jira. Now bug reports can be sent to Jira directly from the DoQA interface using the updated form.
  • There is an integration section where you can connect Jira Cloud and Jira Server.
  • You can configure your own integration settings for each project.
  • The bug report form has been updated — now DoQA collects data from cases and checklists.
  • Mass editing of cases and checklists has become possible: you can change the status, priority, and work with tags.
  • The functionality of working with tags has been expanded — now they can be deleted and cleared during mass editing.
  • The table remains expanded while creating cases, checklists, and folders.
In this release, we have expanded the editor’s capabilities and added other updates that make working in DoQA even more convenient:
  • an attachments section has appeared in cases and checklists — now you can attach files to tests;
  • you can now work with code in the editor and highlight text with color;
  • the editor retains the set width after refreshing the page;
  • the table of elements remains active when using the editor and allows you to quickly switch between cases and checklists;
  • the run player now shows the path to the case/checklist;
  • it became possible to resume the run even after it was completed.

Meet the long-awaited update of the table structure and folder system.

  • We have abandoned pagination — now working with elements is available in a single structured list.
  • The folder tree has moved from the side menu to the table for convenient switching of tabs.
  • It became possible to collapse and expand folders.
  • The folder tree maintains states after reloading and refreshing the page — if the folders were open, they will remain so.
  • Tables have become more visual and now display nesting.
  • There is now a confirmation window for deleting cases and checklists.
  • The procedure for creating cases and checklists has become more convenient — now they can be created directly inside the desired folder.
  • The length of the folder name has been increased.

While DoQA is preparing a major update of tables structure, we have released several improvements that make working with TMS more convenient:

  • images in the documentation expand to full screen by click;
  • you can add the “Review” status to checklists and cases;
  • the update date of the case/checklist is now visible in the table — it has become easier to track documentation updates;
  • import for obtaining folder tree from sections has been improved.

Meet the first release of this fall: we have improved the functionality of the system and slightly modified the design in anticipation of a future major update. What’s new in DoQA:

  • the design of tables in sections;
  • the design and mechanics of the filter — now cases, checklists and runs can be filtered by more parameters;
  • the ability to filter by folder;
  • the ability to delete runs;
  • adding elements to a run directly from a section or folder;
  • notifications about the need for a license when editing user rights.

We have finally implemented one of the most requested features. DoQA has been globally updated — now our TMS is available in the server version! You can run the system on your own hardware under full control and have forever access to DoQA without having to pay a monthly cloud subscription. But this is not the only change that affected today’s release. Here’s what else DoQA will delight its users with:

  • the ability to import test cases and checklists in several formats;
  • protection against accidental switching and closing of the editor with notification of unsaved changes;
  • saving test documentation on hot keys for more productive and faster work;
  • updating the interface design…
    …and other infrastructure improvements.

While a new DoQA server solution is being prepared, we are sharing an interim release in which we have updated the design of the screens, as well as have fixed and optimized work with test documentation. In the new design:

— home page;
— user profile;
— authorization and registration page;
— feedback form, password recovery, etc.
Now working in DoQA has become more convenient and stable.

DoQA is continuing to change and acquire relevant functionality — we have prepared a new release that makes working with TMS faster and more convenient.

  • The interface design has been changed. We have launched a large-scale redesign of DoQA, and you can notice the first results right now: the overall style of the service, header, footer, buttons and a lot of smaller details that affect the positive experience of interacting with DoQA have been updated. The system is waiting for big changes — soon TMS will become stylish and modern.
  • The administrator settings have been updated — it has become more convenient to configure access, invite new users and manage current ones.
  • The roles of user administrator and project administrator have been separated — now you can assign them separately or give both roles to one user.
  • Added the ability to edit accesses inside the project — the project administrator types the command themselves and can manage accesses without having to contact the user administrator.
  • The user menu has been updated — we have added items with the manual and our contacts to the header, as well as a switcher.
  • The UX component of the interface has been optimized.

The functionality that you could only use in cases is now available in checklists and runs — we dedicate this release to uniformity. Here are the updates for you:

  • Checklists and runs now have a history of changes, tags, and a table element filter — project navigation just got easier!
  • The functionality of working with folders has been expanded —- now you can create subfolders and delete unnecessary elements from them. All on the shelves 👌
  • Requests have been optimized to speed up page loading so that nothing prevents you from meeting deadlines 😉
  • Lots of infrastructure and UI/UX improvements.

Using DoQA on projects has become even more convenient and efficient! This update has more tools for viewing statistics of completed work and tracking processes. Not a single change will slide past 👌 To the new version has been added:

  • The ability to create a run report — with full statistics and diagrams for easy perception.
  • Checklist passing histogram — progress can now be tracked visually.
  • The tab with comments and reported bugs in cases/checklists and runs — all important points can be written in a special tab not to return to each case individually.
  • The history of the checklist run as part of the test run.
  • Confirmation of the end of the run — to be able to double-check your work before it can no longer be changed.
  • History of changes in the case editor — to see what changes were made, as well as who made them and when.
  • Hyperlinks by run ID from the run history — so that you can immediately return to the required run with a single click.
  • Localization switching Ru / En — for those who work in English.

A new portion of improvements in our TMS. You can evaluate it from today — join DoQA!

  • Adding pictures to cases and checklists — visualize any information that will help you in your work.
  • Displaying pictures in runs. Images adjust to the size of the player.
  • Re-inviting unregistered user — in case the first letter got into spam or became irrelevant.
  • The style of the checklist editor is the same as for cases and test runs.
  • Lots of infrastructure and UI/UX improvements.

DoQA is made by testers for testers — this is the principle thanks to which we always know exactly how to make TMS an indispensable tool in the work of the QA team. In the new release for this appeared:

  • Checklist player.
  • Ability to attach a link to a bug in the checklist player.
  • Creation of a run from checklists.
  • Import checklists from xlsx. Actual functionality for those who are used to maintaining test documentation in Excel or Google Docs. You don’t have to transfer checklists to TMS manually — just use the import.
  • Removing invited unregistered users.
  • Search bar clear button.
  • Hyperlinks from run to case editor — to quickly make the necessary changes.
  • DoQA release notes — now you can follow how our TMS changes and develops.

In the new release of DoQA, we have improved the interface and added several changes to the functionality that QA specialists will definitely appreciate. More structure in work means more attention to important tasks, which means better results.

  • Tag system in cases — to speed up the search for the necessary information.
  • Filtering in cases by status, creator, and tags.
  • Creating runs from folders with cases.
  • Indexing for copied elements — now you can distinguish the original element (test case, checklist, etc.) from its copy by the index that appears after the element name.
  • Localization of emails — all system emails from DoQA are translated into Russian.
  • Changing the width of the editor. You can resize the workspace in TMS for yourself.
  • Hints for fields in registration and authorization forms.
  • Feedback form “Contact us” is one of the most important novelties! Be sure to share your thoughts, suggestions and comments with us — so DoQA will develop even faster 🔥

Testers of our team regularly use DoQA on their projects. Thanks to that we always know what features they lack to increase their work efficiency. And this month, based on user feedback, we added to the service:

  • Check nesting up to 8 levels — this is more than enough to record all the necessary actions.
  • Permissions and access to checklists — now you can determine which users can and cannot edit certain checklists.
  • Copying and deleting checklists.
  • Closing modal windows with Esc&Overlay.
  • Password reset confirmation — simple but necessary functionality 😉

Meet the first DoQA update! We are starting to actively implement our plans and the most requested functionality in TMS. What’s new?

  • The case story as part of the run.
  • Filtering the case story by the performer and results. It’s convenient in conditions where there is too much data so you don’t have to manually search for information.
  • Setting permissions and access to view, edit and administer. Now each team member can be assigned a role in TMS. One person can have different types of rights on different projects.
  • Blocking users — for cases when you need to restrict the user’s access to projects for any reason, but without completely removing the user from the system.
  • Nesting items in folders — to structure cases and maintain order in the workspace.
  • Checklists functionality.
  • Project and user avatars. Navigating DoQA has become even more convenient!
  • Russian localization — now you can use our TMS not only in English.

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