Getting Familiar with Opkey Dashboard

The Opkey dashboard stands out with its user-friendly interface, catering even to beginners. It features essential sections like Release Analytics,  Tickets By Priority,  Tickets By Status, Test Cases and Components, and more. The dashboard simplifies the monitoring of releases, test runs, and ticket management. 

For instance, a QA manager can swiftly check the progress of the planned release through the Release Analytics section and give feedback to their team members.

Let's walk through the various elements of the Opkey Dashboard. 

Release Analytics 

Release Analytics provides comprehensive insights into past and current releases, allowing you to stay informed about all recent software deployments. 

Test Case and Components

The Test Case and Component section provides an overview of the total count of Test Cases or Business Components created. This metric helps in tracking testing assets and assessing the scope of testing.

Tickets By Status

The visual representation of process statuses, as seen in Tickets By Status, provides a quick and clear view of issues, aiding in efficient performance tracking and informed decision-making in project management.

Tickets By Priority

Tickets By Priority on Opkey's dashboard offers a clear view of task urgency, aiding teams in focusing on critical issues first. The section categorizes tickets based on importance, streamlining resolution efforts, and project progress tracking. 

For instance, it can help teams identify and address high-priority tickets, to ensure a smoother project flow, and meet deadlines effectively.

Test Cases By Suites

The Test Cases By Suite section in Opkey's dashboard provides a systematic view of test cases grouped in test suites for simultaneous execution. Teams can quickly access and manage test cases according to their testing objectives and contexts. 

For instance, a QA team can effortlessly locate all manual test cases within a designated suite linked to a release.

You've reached the end of this article and are now familiar with Opkey Dashboard. 

Ready to dive deeper? Check out the next article: Opkey Modules.

Explore, experiment, and achieve your testing goals on Opkey!

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