The Fields section of the Workspace allows the user to manage system fields and custom fields pertaining to the workspace.
In the fields section, you can create, edit or view all system and custom fields that exist in the workspace.
There are multiple options available to you to access the field section.
Click on “Fields” in the Workspace page
2. Click on “Configure fields” when creating or editing a test case.
Title: define the name of a test case
Status: can be either Active, Draft, or Deprecated
Description: additional details for more context about a test case
Suite: choose here which Test Suite your new case belongs to
Severity: can be either Trivial, Minor, Normal, Major, Critical, Blocker, or Not Set
Priority: can be either Low, Medium, High, or Not Set
Type: select what type of testing is applicable for your test case
Layer: pick a layer of the test case, whether it's an end-to-end, API, or a unit test
Is flaky: if a test case is unstable, you can mark it as flaky
Milestone: select whether a test case is related to one of your Milestones, which you can create separately
Behavior: can be either Destructive, Negative, Positive, or Not Set
Automation Status: you can choose from Automated, To Be Automated, or Not Automated
NB: System fields can be optionally switched on and off via the fields section. Click the "Configure fields" button and select the field you want to configure. Click on the “Enable for all projects button” and then configure:
It is impossible to predict what kind of unique parameters or properties your Test Case, Test Run or Defects will require, which is where Custom Fields can help you. You can create your own Custom Fields of various data types to store any additional information about your test cases. Test runs or defects that are not covered by default properties. If you do not yet have any Custom Fields created, you won't see this section in the Test Case, Test Run or Defects configuration.