When the Test plan is created it contains the following sections:
The Summary section gives you a high-level indication of what the performance of that Test Plan is, including:
Start and End dates of the Test Plan (can be modified here)
Status (can be modified here)
Scope progress: number of items COMPLETED vs Total number (can be modified in the Scope section)
Passing rate: % of the items with the PASSED status
All Open Defects: DONE / INVALID vs Total number of Open Defects, related to this specific Test Plan
Severe Open Defects: Critical/Blocker vs Total number of Open Defects, related to this specific Test Plan
Test Execution Trend: shows how many items you have planned at a certain point in time, and how many of those you have completed
Defect Distribution: number of Defects by Severity and Status
The Scope section represents content that will be included in your Test Plan. In the Scope section, you can add scenario instances to the Test Plan from the current project.
Test Plan scope can actually be modified, in case you need to delete or add other scenarios to the Test Plan.
The scope items (scenarios) are displayed in a list view.
You can perform the following actions:
Assign scope items to a specific person
Plan scope item to a specific due date (define the due date to complete the execution of the scope item)
Break down the scope item into flows and define the assignee and due date for each of the flows separately
Execute the scope items
You can find more about the creation and maintenance of the Scope items in the Scope section.
The Description section allows you to write any details about the Test Plan.
Logs tab inside a test plan contains all execution logs related to that particular test plan.
Logs are displayed in a table list view with the following columns:
Scenario name (link to the scenario)
View log (link to log)
Run logs view can be sorted by the following parameters:
The Defects section contain all defects, related to a specific Test Plan.