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RFC: Trello (or other Agile tool) workflow integration #701

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atodorov opened this issue Jan 7, 2019 · 1 comment
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RFC: Trello (or other Agile tool) workflow integration #701

atodorov opened this issue Jan 7, 2019 · 1 comment

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@atodorov atodorov commented Jan 7, 2019

Very similar to #700 in Agile we have backlogs, sprints, grooming, creating of user stories, development and testing within the sprint, etc. For less experienced teams or bigger organizations transitioning from older methodologies this can be quite daunting. Kiwi TCMS should be able to integrate with popular tools and guide the tester through the process or even perform some of the actions automatically.

For example:

  • grooming: product backlog is refined, user stories are written and cards are linked to specific test plans or test cases
  • New sprint is started and cards are selected for execution. Once the developer is done (maybe based on status or transition flow) new test runs are automatically created in Kiwi TCMS and assigned to tester

This is just an example and is very much based on how individual teams organize their work. Please share your feedback and ideas in the comments below. Vote with 👍 reaction (top-right corner) for the ones you find useful in practice.

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@atodorov atodorov commented Dec 27, 2020

@supranov you have upvoted this issue but the original description is too broad, not quite something actionable. Please share in more details how you imagine the proposed feature will work, e.g. what kind of workflow you would like to see. Without such information we're left to guess what people want and I'd rather close this issue instead.

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