Create manual test cases
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Create manual test cases to check that each of the deliverables meet your users' needs. Organize your test cases by adding them to test plans and test suites. Then choose which testers you want to run the tests.
To use all the features described in this topic you must have either an Enterprise, Test Professional, or MSDN Platforms subscription; or have installed the Test Manager extension for Azure Test Plans available from Visual Studio Marketplace. See Manual testing permissions and access.
Stakeholders cannot create or manage test cases. You must have at least Basic access. See Default manual testing permissions and access.
Create test cases
If you haven't already, create a test plan and requirement-based test suites.
Select a requirement-based test suite. In the right-hand pane, choose + (New) and then choose New test case.
The test suite shown here was created from a User Story work item in the team's backlog board. When you add a test case to this kind of suite, the test case is automatically linked to the backlog item. To create test cases this way, open the shortcut menu for the work item and choose Add test.
Choose the Click or type here to add a step link and add test steps with a description of the action required to carry out the test and the expected results so that any team member can run the test. You can add attachments to a step if you want. Repeat until you have added all the steps for the test. Now you've created a test case that you can run.
Test iterations are designed to support data-driven scenarios, not workflow-driven scenarios. From a best practice perspective, if you have two test scenarios where the workflows are different, consider creating separate test cases. Also see the FAQs for manual testing.
You can reassign test cases so that another tester can run them. Select the tests that you want to reassign. Then open the shortcut menu (choose the "..." ellipses or right-click) and select the tester you want to run the tests.
Or, you can assign all the test cases in a test suite to multiple testers. This is useful for acceptance testing. Open the shortcut menu for the test plan and choose Assign testers to run all tests.
Add or remove testers from the list. After you select the testers, tick the Send email checkbox and edit the message as required so they know that tests are ready for them to run.
The email contains a link that testers can open to see the list of assigned tests. Testers need just Basic access to run tests from Azure Test Plans.