Keep on top of QA testing to meet every deadline with our Backlog Setup Tutorial for Quality Assurance.1. Create a Project in Backlog for QA issues.
Project Key: QA2. Enable all "Attributes and functionality."
Note: Be sure to enable subtasking.3. Under "Issue Type," add a new type called “Testing.”
You will use this issue type for all parent tasks.4. Under “Issue Status,” add two new statuses called “Testing” and “Test Failed.”
Team members will change the status to “Test Failed” to indicate a bug.
Feel free to add any other statuses your team will need, for example, a test scenario might look like:
There you can track the bug as it is worked on and resolved.8. Optional: Create a wiki for things your team may need to reference, like common issues and quick fixes.
With Kanban-style Boards, you can easily move tasks through your workflow with a simple drag and drop.
With the Issues list view, you can view and filter issues by status, assignee, due date, and more.
Or use Gantt view to quickly see how your due dates may be affecting other work and adjust accordingly.
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