Learn more about the report types in TestLodge, including the User Workload report, the Test Run Results report and Common Case Results report.

User Workload

The User Workload report is great for capacity planning. Managers find this report useful for understanding how much work each team member has done, and how much they have left to do. This report includes the following information:

  • Name of team member
  • Number of incomplete test cases & number of test runs involved
  • Run title
  • Run creation date
  • Remaining tests assigned to user
  • Completion rate

Go to the Test Runs tab and select User Workload under “Reports”. View details for each user by expanding their section.

user workload


Test Run Results

The Test Run Results report is a simple report that provides a high level view of your test results. This report is great for getting a big picture view of progress on your testing project.

In this report, you can view:

  • Cases that have not been run yet
  • Cases that have been marked as “passed”
  • Cases that have been marked “failed”
  • Cases that were marked “skipped”

Go to the Test Runs tab and select Test Run Results under “Reports”.

test run report

Common Case Results

The Common Case Results report will show you the top 10 passed, failed and skipped test cases. This report is great for understanding strengths and weaknesses as well as areas that may need more attention.

This report includes information such as:

  • Title
  • Total runs
  • Total passed
  • Pass rate (total passed / total runs)

Go to the Test Runs tab and select Common Case Results under “Reports”.

common cases


Requirements Traceability Matrix

A requirements traceability matrix helps ensure all of your requirements have been tested. Testing and validation teams find it useful to quickly and easily see which requirements have been verified by tests, and which requirements have not yet been verified.

In order to leverage the requirements traceability report, you need to have requirements created and linked to individual test cases.

To access the requirements traceability report, view one of your requirements documents and select Traceability Matrix under “Reports”.

requirements traceability

If you have a large amount of requirements and test cases, you can export the report as a csv document.

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