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Over 150k users across 10k teams use TestRail, including those from the most sophisticated organizations in the world

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The features are the difference

This dashboard automatically updates test results, giving your team transparent, real-time information about your testing progress.

In just two clicks, easily move or copy test cases or entire sections from one project to another.

This feature lets you schedule a weekly report with the current status of all your testing efforts across multiple tests. 

Explore the features offered to manage your test automation runs,  providing clear visibility and documentation of your test automation results.

This feature makes linking test cases to user stories or requirements effortless.

As soon as an updated code is pushed to staging, take this action to make sure the new code didn’t break any major components of your application.

Easily report a new defect to development in just one click (without making your team wait for status updates or meetings).

This feature makes it easy to autogenerate multiple test runs against multiple environments and on multiple browser types for a given release.

“Everyone can simply use the main link…”

“Questions like ‘Where are we with the tests?’ and ‘How many test cases have we executed so far?’ are no longer being asked. Now, with TestRail, everyone can simply use the main link and get real-time visibility into the testing progress.”

Torsten Zelger, Test Manager, OSIV

Torsten Zelger

Test Manager

If you need to demonstrate traceability, this report instantly gives you all of the defects you've linked to test cases and the results of active test runs.

View the history of your test cases (and directly compare different versions against each other) in just 2 clicks.

In one quick step, you and your team can draft new test cases, assign them for review, and easily leave comments or move them to an approved status.

Check which features Convercent uses to speed up communication between QA and development (not to mention build traceability and maintain compliance).

Ideal for testing in highly regulated and/or strict environments, this template lets you specify individual test steps and expected results.

When events occur in TestRail, this feature allows you to trigger real-time notifications (e.g., saving new test cases, creating new test runs, or adding test results).

Use this feature to automatically report on results from test automation frameworks and tools like Selenium, Cypress, Playwright, JUnit, Pytest, and others.

If you’re designing test cases based on new requirements, quickly outline them with just 1 click.


Organize your test cases with this feature, which automatically creates a folder hierarchy for your test cases to live in.

While planning exploratory testing sessions, this template allows you to quickly draft a mission and set prospective goals.

If your team is running manual tests, this screen makes it remarkably easy to keep track of your progress and record the findings from your testing.

Use this feature to quickly group all related test runs for a given release at the same time. (And this enterprise feature lets you add predefined test data to your test runs.)

“Helps us collaborate cross-functionally…”

“At Eventbrite, quality belongs to everyone. It’s a big part of our agile initiative: the ideal that all development teams own quality. TestRail helps us collaborate cross-functionally, so every stakeholder — at any given moment — knows exactly where the product is in the testing phase.”

Andrew Smelser, SQA Engineer, Eventbrite

Andrew Smelser

SQA Engineer

If your test automation tool doesn’t support JUnit-style XML reports (or you have more complex use cases), simply upload test results with this feature.

Want to manually trigger test automation runs? Add these to your instance for a quick and easy solution.

This interface simplifies how you view your test instructions, letting you quickly mark the status and move on to the next test.

This feature gives you a unique, flexible way to define the scope of a test cycle, set a due date, and even link multiple testing efforts together.

Do this to preserve the exact historical record of your test results for future audit purposes (even if your test cases are updated in the future).

This feature lets you implement a formal review and approval process to ensure test cases meet your organizational standards (as well as help meet certain compliance records).

You can help your team avoid regressions across multiple releases using this feature.

Does your team use behavior-driven development to define tests in feature files (using tools like Cucumber or Specflow)? If so, you can easily import them using this feature.

“It’s a huge time reduction for us…”

“Before TestRail, the deployment process took six hours and eight people. But since adopting TestRail and using the their API to integrate without DevOps scripts, a deployment now only takes three people and 90 minutes to complete. It’s a huge time reduction for us.”

Kelli Jordan

Director of Quality Assurance

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What features distinguish TestRail as the 
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