September 6, 2011

TestTrack: A New User How-To Guide

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TestTrack helps teams keep development projects on track by facilitating collaboration, automating traceability, and satisfying compliance needs. The videos and links below are provided to help new users learn more and get started with TestTrack.

Installation and Auto Upgrade for TestTrack

TestTrack can be installed in a few simple steps. This video walks you through the various settings and components required to run TestTrack.

Using Filters in TestTrack

Filters allow you to control the artifacts that are displayed in list views (defects, test cases, requirements, etc.). They can also be used in automation and auto-assignment rules, published as RSS feeds, and even become interactive. Filter availability can be controlled through sharing options, enabling you to keep them private, share with everyone, with users, with customers, or just with certain security groups.

Working with TestTrack List Windows

List windows display defects, test cases, and requirements among other artifacts. To perform primary sorting in a list window, click on the column you want to sort by. To perform secondary sorting, hold the shift key and click on the desired column.


In addition to the desktop and web clients, TestTrack supports a number of integrations with 3rd party tools.

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Outlook IntegrationVisual Studio Integration

Interested in learning more?

Be sure to check out the TestTrack best practices to learn more about how to best use TestTrack. Also, the TestTrack Pro, TestTrack TCM and TestTrack RM online resource centers include articles, videos, self-help resources, and other information to help you get started.