23.140 - On Premise, private cloud


Version 23.140 Date: 13.11.2023

Useful when:

  • You want to bookmark the link to a certain folder

  • You want to share the link to the exact folder or subfolder with your teammate


Select any folder or subfolder from the tree view and then click on the 3-dot icon

Once the context menu with the options appear, click on the ‘Copy link’ and the link to the project, folder or subfolder will be copied to the clipboard

Sort the tickets before linking them

Useful when:

  • You need to quickly identify and link the most critical, time-sensitive or simply relevant tickets as dependencies based on the specific attributes


Open any item and on the ribbon select what item you want to link

Then next to the column title, click once to change the sorting

After that, click the ‘Link item’ button next to each ticket you want to connect.

Note: Sorting is available for any item type for each column.

Option to add the attachment column to the test execution grid

Useful when:

  • You want to see if any attachments are associated with a specific test execution

  • You want to ensure that necessary files, screenshots, or documentation are readily available and associated with each test case execution


Open a test execution grid and then click the ‘Column chooser’ icon

Then drag and drop to the grid ‘Has attachment’ column to the grid to the most relevant place

Once the attachment is added to the test execution, you will see the icon that indicates that it has some files inside.

You can sort test executions by this column, or you can apply a filter to view only those test executions that either have attachments or not.

Useful when:

  • You want to provide a clear and centralized view of the progress and status testing

  • It’s essential to establish a connection between test scenarios and Jira issues to enhance traceability throughout the software development life cycle.

  • You need to enable your team to prioritize testing efforts based on the criticality of Jira issues


To enable test scenarios for your projects, follow these simple steps. First, begin by navigating to the 'Apps' menu and click on the 'Manage your apps.' option.

Within the sidebar, find and click on the 'aqua Configuration'.

Locate the 'Test scenarios' option and check the corresponding checkbox. Don't forget to save your changes for the configuration to take effect.

Move to your Jira issue and select 'add Aqua Test Cases' module.

Once activated, you'll be able to effortlessly link test scenarios to your user stories or bugs.

Execute your test scenarios, and you'll conveniently find all execution results neatly displayed underneath. This allows you to quickly assess the outcome of your tests.

Keep an eye out for exciting updates! While Jira currently showcases all test executions performed within a test scenario, we're thrilled to announce that the breakdown by cycles of execution will be released in the upcoming weeks. This enhancement will provide even more insightful information for your testing endeavours.

Want to know what's coming next? Keep an eye out for updates, as we're currently working on exciting changes that will take your testing experience to the next level.

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