Zephyr Scale supports flexible workflows to foster collaboration between teams using traditional or agile development methodologies. Due to its flexible nature, there are many ways to manage your testing efforts with Zephyr Scale, so the following sections cover best practices. However, best practices are simply guidelines, and your testing processes and needs should dictate which of the suggested practices you adopt.
A brief summary of the common usage scenarios:
Agile development: Ad-hoc/lightweight approach for small teams using acceptance tests
Waterfall development with test cycles: Structured testing that takes place when it’s required to plan the test-execution cycles and assignments in advance (for structured regression testing)
Waterfall development with test plans: Structured testing with formal test planning. Instead of using Microsoft Word or Excel to specify traditional test-plan documents, you can create and customize test plans with Zephyr Scale to address any planning topics, such as scope, strategy, resources, environments, risks, and more.