Create test cases from the navigation page

When on the navigation page, click on the "+ Add new" button located at the top left of your screen.

Once you select the ‘Test case’ option, the modal will appear.

You need to activate AI Copilot by clicking on the toggler.

Once it’s enabled, the modal will change the interface and you will see additional options.

In the ‘Context’ field, provide details about the product, feature, or functionality under test. Include any special glossary terms the AI should consider.

Alternatively, you can select a requirement which AI should cover with test cases.

However, despite having provided the requirement, you can still include context as additional information. This helps the AI Copilot generate more relevant and precise test cases.

As soon as the requirement is selected and context provided, choose whether you want to create a single test case or multiple test cases by selecting either ‘One’ or ‘Multiple’ under ‘Number of test cases’.

Use the dropdown menu under ‘Max number of test steps’ to set a limit on the number of steps the test case should include. Options range from 3 to 12 steps or you can select ‘Any’ for no limit.

In cases when you need to create only one test case, you can choose the path (case) which test case should cover: positive or negative.

When you create multiple test cases, AI Copilot will generate both: positive and negative path test cases.

As soon as all options are preselected, click the button ‘Create’. AI Copilot will analyze a linked requirement or context and start creating test case or test cases.

Adding single test case

When a single test case is generated, you can either regenerate it or add it if you are satisfied with the result.

The generated test case will be linked as a dependent item that covers your requirement.

Adding multiple test cases

When you set the AI Copilot to generate multiple test cases, once they are ready, you will see the number it created in the corresponding block.

You can switch between the test cases to review them before adding as coverage to your requirement

By default, all test cases will be linked to a requirement as soon as you click the ‘Add button’, but if you see that some of the test cases are not relevant, you can exclude them by unchecking the ‘keep’ box.

If you are not satisfied by generated test cases at all, you can use ‘Regenerate’ button.

Please note, that for now it will start the regeneration of the whole suite at once.

Even when generating multiple test cases, upon saving, all test cases will be added as dependencies if they are generated based on the requirement.

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