You do not want to get rid of the history of a release, but you can mark it as Inactive to get it out of the way. Then, you can configure the Releases page to show or hide inactive releases.
You can get data out of the way using folders. Put the data into a folder, then make the folder Inactive. The folder and all data in it will be hidden (in the new UI) or moved down to the bottom of the navigation panel (in the old UI). You can get the data back by making the folder Active again.
Yes, you can import data from a flat CSV file:
Go to the appropriate page in QAComplete and click Import from CSV file in the Tools menu (or the Actions menu) .
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Click > Setup on the QAComplete main toolbar.
In the navigation panel on the left, click Import > Import Wizard.
Follow the instructions of the resulting import wizard.
|Tip:||To ensure that your source CSV is formatted correctly, you can first export an item to a CSV file and use the exported file as a template.|
Yes, you can export your data into a flat CSV file. Go to the needed page, click Tools (or Actions) and then click Export (visible fields) or Export (all fields).
Yes, you can. You can attach files to a needed item on the Files tab of the item. To learn more, see Attachments (Files).
Yes, you can add notes (comments) in the Latest Notes box of the item or on the Notes tab of the item. To learn more, see Comments (Notes).
Yes, choice list values are customizable. You must have the Manage choice lists permission to do this. Go to the needed page, click Manage Choice Lists in the Tools menu (or in the Actions menu). You can add or change the values for any drop-down list the selected item type has.
To learn more, see Choice Lists.
Yes. Each item has a History tab where you can see the time when changes were made, what the changes were, and who performed the action. Tests also have the Version page that saves complete versions of tests as they are changed.
Yes, you can. To do this, you need to have the Manage custom fields permission.
Go to the > Setup screen, and then click System Configuration > Screen Layout in the navigation panel on the left. Select the item type for which you want to add the custom fields and click Custom fields. You can add up to 90 custom fields to each item type.
You can also go to the appropriate page that shows the needed items and click Manage Custom Fields in the Tools menu (or in the Actions menu) to add custom fields to items of the needed type directly.
You can use Quick Search or create a filter to find the needed item by criteria.
To find the item by using the Quick Search, specify a phrase by which QAComplete will search for the item and select the column in which it should search for the phrase. The page will show only those items that contain the sought-for phrase in the specified column.
To find the item by using a filter, select the needed filter from the Filter list or create a new filter and apply it to the items. QAComplete will show only those items that match the filter criteria.
On the needed page, click the column header to sort items in ascending or descending order.
To sort by multiple columns, click Group By on the page toolbar (or click Sort Grid in the Actions menu). Select the columns by which you want to group and sort items.
To learn more, see Search and Filters.