Learn how to define your own custom fields in TestLodge, which can be added to test plans, requirements, test cases and test runs as different field types.
TestLodge allows you to define your own custom fields in order to keep track of additional data. For example, you may want to add a ‘Priority’ field to test cases so that when you’re executing a test run, you can see the priority level of that test case.
Custom fields can be added to test plans, requirements, test cases, and test runs. A custom field type can be a text field, a text area or a select menu.
Each of your projects can have a different set of custom fields. This flexibility really allows you to customize TestLodge to your team’s needs.
To add custom fields, from the Overview section of a project, click the 3-dot options menu icon on the right side of the screen and select Manage custom fields.
Select the type of content you want to add custom fields to (Test Plans, Requirements, Test Cases, Test Runs) and give the field a name.
Select the field type you want to create (Text field, Text area, Select)
Once you add the custom field, it will appear in the content area which you created it for.
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