There are a number of properties you can set in your test toolbar:

  • Test name

  • Suite - Associate a test with an existing suite or create a new one

  • Status - A test case have one of 2 states: 

  1. Production - Test is operational. If it belongs to a suite it will get executed. Each run will be accounted for in test statistics.

  2. Sandbox - Test is being worked on and is not operational. If test belongs to a suite, that test will be excluded during suite execution. Test run results will not be accounted for in statistics.


The suites object lets you associate a test with an existing suite. If you type a name of a suite that does not exist it will allow you to create a new one.

Test Properties

You can also set a number of other properties through the setting panel on the bottom left corner:

  • Priority - Once you have a significant number of tests priority score will help you decide which failed tests are important and where to focus your effects.

  • Storyboard - A description of the test

  • Run settings - run individual test settings: device details and build details

  • Run test after - sequence your test and make sure the tests run in a specific order

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