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Announcing TestRail 7.1 with Attachment Management Improvements

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Here at TestRail Towers we know how important it is to be able to supplement the design and results of your testing with screenshots, gifs, documents and other artefacts. Attaching that information to your test cases and inserting it into fields so it can be viewed alongside instructions or testing results are important capabilities for any tester.

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Announcing TestRail 7.0 with Shared Test Steps and Test Case Restore

TestRail release 7.0

We’re excited to announce the general availability of TestRail 7.0 for both our Cloud and Server customers. This release includes two major features requested by many users—Shared Test Steps and Test Case Restore—as well as a number of other improvements and bug fixes.

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Announcing TestRail 6.7 with Performance and Scalability Improvements

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We’re pleased to announce that TestRail 6.7 has been released to our hosted TestRail Cloud customers, with various changes and enhancements designed to improve performance and scalability for all TestRail cloud customers.

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Announcing TestRail 6.6 with Enhanced Administration

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🎃 It’s no trick: we’ve got a treat in store for you! TestRail 6.6 is on its way with improved TestRail administration and new features for both TestRail Professional and TestRail Enterprise customers. TestRail 6.6 is scheduled for limited release in mid-October, with general availability at the end of October.

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Announcing TestRail 6.5: New Plugins, Enhanced Integrations & Searchable Drop-downs

TestRail Release 6.5

We’re excited to announce the general availability of TestRail 6.5 for both our Professional and Enterprise Cloud and Server customers. The main focus of this release is improved defect and reference plugin integrations, allowing teams to customize the defect and reference plugins available in TestRail.

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Announcing TestRail 6.4 with Enhanced Assembla Integration, Improved Push Defect Features & PHP 7.3 Compatibility

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We’re excited to announce the general availability of TestRail 6.4 for both our cloud and server customers. The main focus of this release is defect integration, with improvements to defect/ticket creation and API enhancements. We have also implemented a reference field on the TestRail milestone entity and introduced support for PHP 7.3 on-premise installations.

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Announcing TestRail 6.3 with Enhanced Jira Integration

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We’re pleased to announce the general availability of TestRail 6.3 for both our cloud and server customers. The main new feature of this release is the ability to connect to several TestRail instances at once from your TestRail for Jira Plugin. Larger organizations that have more than one TestRail customer account will be able to integrate ALL of their TestRail instances with a single Jira domain. Get the details here.

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Announcing TestRail 6.2 with Fast Track Editing, Dynamic Filtering & Save Validation

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We’re pleased to announce the release of TestRail 6.2! The new and improved TestRail version is available for both our Cloud and Server customers.

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Announcing TestRail 6.1 with Jira Integration, Audit, Backup & UX Enhancements

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We’re pleased to announce the general availability of TestRail 6.1 for both our cloud and server customers, with a number of feature improvements for standard and Enterprise TestRail users.

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Live Webinar: What’s New in TestRail 6.0

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Join us for an exploration of the enhancements in TestRail 6.0, including an improved look and feel, the ability to switch UI themes, and support for Docker containerized on-premise installations. The webinar will last about 45 minutes with opportunities for Q&A. Can’t attend the live date? Register now and receive the recording of the session within 48 hours after it concludes.

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