Qase Demo

15th December 2023
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Talk Description

Qase is a modern task management platform for efficient release control and bug-free client deliveries. It centralizes testing artifacts, such as test cases, runs, defects, and requirements, providing visibility for quality assurance. The platform supports diverse user roles with different licenses, and flexible permissions via roles ensure control. 

The workspace structure includes projects, suites, and detailed test cases with customizable fields. Users can set up and perform test runs, assign tasks, and manage results. Defects are tracked, and team stats offer insights into performance. 

Qase facilitates external collaboration via public links and integrates with third-party tools, offering insights through customizable dashboards.

What you’ll learn

By the end of this talk, you'll be able to:

  • Qase enables collaboration with various user roles and read-only licenses, allowing team members to contribute based on their needs
  • The platform provides a centralized source of truth for testing artifacts, including detailed test cases, runs, and defects, enhancing visibility into historical performance
  • Qase integrates seamlessly with third-party tools, including issue tracking systems and CI/CD platforms, enhancing workflow efficiency and automation
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Qase is a modern test management platform built by testers, for testers. 

Users love our intuitive UI and powerful features, including test case management, defect management, test plans, test runs with informative reports, a rich API, and webhooks, as well as dozens of integrations with popular apps.
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