The best test management tools give you a way to build scalable workflows that fit your QA team.
Allows you to organize test cases in custom folders or sort and group based on test case fields like priority, component, test type, etc.
Gives you the ability to create customizable test case templates for multiple types of testing, like regression, functional, UAT, end-to-end, exploratory, smoke, and performance testing
Helps you track testing progress for a variety of testing methodologies — including manual testing and automated testing — in one centralized platform
Links testing with requirement management, issue tracking, and other bug tracking tools to report on traceability and track coverage
Increases visibility and transparency into test cycles and testing milestones for testers, development, product, and other business stakeholders
Makes it easy to onboard team members with a user-friendly UI/UX
Integrates with the other tools you use in your software development lifecycle (like Jenkins, GitHub, Selenium, Playwright, Cypress, etc.)