# Test Design
# How to create a test?
First of all, you need a suite to add a test to it. You can create a suite in few easy steps:
- Click on Tests button
- Fill the field with the name of your suite
- Click on Create button
It's time to open your suite:
You can click on "New Test" button
And add a name and a description to your test
Or you can add the test right on this screen. Simply add a name and click on Create button. You can add a description later at any time.
With these steps, you can easily add as many tests as you need in a really short term.
# How to add a label/ tag to a test?
This option is the easiest one! You simply need to add a label with @ char in the name of the test
And now you can see your label/ tag
# How to add an attachment to a test?
For this option, you need to open a test to which you want to add an attachment.
Click on the Attachments tab
Add your attachment via Browse a file or simply drag and drop it.
Or you can add it while you edit a description of the test
# How to assign a test to a user
If you want to assign a test to a user you should click on this user icon
And choose a user (Please note, that prior the assigned user should be added to the project)
Now you can see a user assigned to the test.
# How to set a priority to a test
First, you should open the test and click on this checkbox
You will see a list of priority types
Click on the priority type you need and you will see the checkbox changed
Also, you will see set priority in your suite
# How to add parameters to a test
If you need to add parameters to your test you need to click on the vertical ellipsis button
Then choose Add Parameter from the menu
You will see a pop-up with instructions. Now you can add your parameters using a comma
Click on Create button to apply your parameters
You will see your added parameters on the bottom of the pop-up
And on the test description page
# Drag and Drop Your Tests
You may need to move your tests within a project, for example to another suite. For this purpose, you can use drag and drop. You need to drag a test and drop it into a suite. Please note, you should drop a test to suite name on the top of the suite.