Customizing your unique view of the All Tests page
To keep test suites up to date and to update tests when they need maintenance, Rainforest has a variety of searches and filters that allow you to search and/or filter for the tests you need to access.
Reach out via the Intercom chat icon at the bottom right if you'd like to opt-in to try the new All Tests view. Otherwise, visit this article if you are still using the previous interface.
Customize your test view columns
Click the gear icon at the top right to adjust the columns that you want to see.
Searching is essential for finding tests that need updating due to app changes, optimization, bugs, or failures.
Please reach out to us via the chat support icon on the bottom-right of the page or at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to try the new view:
Filters can be combined with searches, or used on their own. These are powerful tools for trimming down results from a search, or quickly getting to tests that share a commonality.
Saved Filters allow users to access their test suite easier and faster by creating a refined view of select test cases. Here's a quick video on how to create a Saved Filter:
More details about Saved Filters can be found here.
- Allows you to filter by a particular test owner on your team
- Allows you to see the result of the test on its latest run. No Result will not show up
- Allows you to only see tests that are attached to certain tags. You can filter for multiple tags.
- See what tests are attached to a feature
- Allows you to only see tests that are inside a particular run group
- Select to view your highest priority test cases
- Filtering by Embedded Test or Regular Test allows you to see if a test is embedded into another test, or what tests are not
- Allows you to see only your Web Tests or your Mobile tests. This is particularly helpful for teams that have multiple apps or teams working within Rainforest.
- See only tests that are relevant to a particular site (Amazon.com web app vs Amazon consumer iOS app, for example)
- Find tests that contain a particular variable. This is helpful for updating tests that have a variable that has changed, or figuring out which tests are problematic because of a variable issue.
- Only for users who have Exploratory testing enabled
- Allows you to see bugs that were created from particular Exploratory runs