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As Brian said we have made a ton of improvements for Testers with the Team Foundation Service released during TechEd. In looking at the last two sprints in TFS I see over 14 new features!
Many of these features are self explanatory but thought i would high light some my favorites!
Add/rename/delete new attachments, parameters and values to a test case
One of the best way for testers to walk through a test case is to have a rich information set guiding them during the execution. By adding support for attaching images, shared steps and parameters testers should have a much better success when running their tests. For more information on using these features see: http://tfs.visualstudio.com/en-us/create-tests
Run all the test cases in an entire suite using a single gesture
Being able to execute all the Test cases in a Test suite is a huge convenience and one that we have added to the Test Hub in this Team Foundation Server service release.
For a walk through of running tests see: http://tfs.visualstudio.com/en-us/run-tests
Drag and drop Test cases to Test suites
I am invariably creating Test cases in the root of a Test plan and enabling dragging and dropping Test cases to different Test suites is a huge benefit that i have already had to use several times!
Create Test plans and new types of Test suites
The intent is for Testers to be able to do most of there work from the Test hub of Team Foundation Server and being able to create Test suites: static, query based and hierarchical and Test plans really facilitate this!
For a great walk through of using these features please see: http://tfs.visualstudio.com/en-us/create-a-test-plan
Shift+Enter for multiline and ENTER for adding new row
I am so happy this was changed to match the Microsoft Test Manager keystrokes! I have lost track of how many times i have messed up demos due to hitting enter to get a new step.
Is the Test section still going to be a part of the Free Plan for TFService once the for-charge version rolls out?
Would new features be added to TEST in free version as currently it is in preview mode? or the TEST would be moved to Licensed version once it is released?