Organize your runs
Use these features in Test Observability to organize your runs.
Features to organize your runs in Test Observability
Organizing your test run data greatly improves the user experience and insights offered by Test Observability.
You can make the most out of Test Observability using the following features:
Organize test runs: Test Observability organizes all test executions into Projects, build runs, and tests. Defining projects, build names, and build numbers helps to create an easily navigatable structure for your testing data. Learn more about organizing your test runs here.
Generate a single report: In Test Observability, you can get a single report of tests running on multiple CI machines. Such comprehensive reports help you get quality information on your test suites. Click here to learn more about generating a single report.
Archive build runs: You can archive build runs to clean up your testing activity so it doesn’t skew your testing metrics. For example, there could be build runs that failed due to network issues, triggered by accident, etc. that you want to exclude. Click here to learn how you can declutter your test run data by archiving build runs.
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