How To Reuse Test Cases Across Multiple Projects to Save Time and Money

We all know the feeling of how frustrating it is to write a new test case for every application we want to test. It’s not just a waste of time, but also a waste of effort! Imagine a world where you can test your application without having to start from scratch. Introducing: TestCollab’s, Reusable suites, where you can write and reuse your test cases over and over again across multiple projects.

What are the advantages of reusing test cases?

 

Faster development cycle – There are less test cases to be written, which means you’ll save a lot of time and energy. You do not have to spend time rewriting the same test case over and over again, which leads to a quicker development cycle.

 
Save Money– If a feature changes, you only have to update one test case instead of updating several test cases across numerous projects. This results in a lower maintenance cost.

 
Effective – Test cases are written for specific features rather than the whole project, giving extra attention to each feature and resulting in more robust tests.

 

How to reuse test cases across multiple projects?

 

That’s what we’re here for 🙂 A new TestCollab feature: Reusable suites that lets you use test cases among multiple projects.

Lets say you have a test suite called “Billing” in Project A. Now, your team started a new project called Project B, which also need the same “Billing” test cases.

 

You can see how reusable suites feature works in this video-

 

 

 

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About the Author

Shriti is CEO of Test Collab, a test case management tool. Test Collab makes your testing more productive and efficient by enabling teams to collaborate in real-time.