Top best practices shared by leaders for writing test cases

Keep the end-user in mind

While writing test cases, always correspond with the end-user perspective.

Keep it simple!

Steps defined in the test cases need to be simple so that anyone can replicate the steps.

Create test scenarios

Break down the requirements into test scenarios that can be tested individually. Always cover both positive and negative test cases.

Prioritize test cases

Prioritize test cases based on their importance and likelihood of occurrence. Focus on high-priority test cases first.

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Test one thing at a time

Each test case should test one specific feature or functionality. Avoid creating test cases that test multiple things at once.

Reduce with reuse

Save time and ensure that the test cases are reusable.

Continuously review

Review them regularly and update them as and when the functionality gets updated.

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