Before you can start testing in TestMonitor you need to setup and define some of the basics. The first step is setting up a new project.
Projects are the hub of all activities in TestMonitor. All other data such as requirements, risks, test cases, test suites, milestones, test runs, test results and issues are directly associated with a specific project.
Create your First Project
You can start creating your first project by clicking the cog button() and then Projects in the menu bar on the left hand side.
This page provides you with an overview of your projects. You can easily manage your projects in this overview.
Now select Add project to create your first project.
To create a new project fill in the name, start date and end date of your project. The start date and end date indicate the running time of your project.
After you filled the required fields you can save your project by selecting the ‘save’ button and the project will be created.
Assign Users to your Project
After you have added your users in TestMonitor, you can add them as members to a project and assign roles to them. Select the project name or use the arrow button at the right of the project to go to the project details.
Select Members in the menu bar on the left hand side. Now select Add Member to add users to this project.
To add a project member select a user and the prefered role. After you filled the required fields you can save the new project member by selecting the ‘save’ button.