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Mark asked on 02 May 2013, 09:39 PM
I searched on the site for information on getting full reports of a run based on a test list that was run, but haven't been able to find any updated information. I did find a ticket from a while back that mentioned it was something that was being looked at, but it's dated 3 years ago and no replies since.

Basically I want to run a test list, and export all of the tests that ran, plus all of the test steps for each of these tests. Is it possible to do?
I've been able to save the tests as excel docs and if I go to each of the tests and open those I can export the test steps as wekk, but this can get tedious if the test list contains hundreds of tests. 

Is there another way to do this? 

Additionally, is there a setting that allow for saving the test run data to a specific location? I was unable to find anything on it, and would like to save these files to a networked device.

Thanks for any help on this.

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answered on 07 May 2013, 07:38 PM
Hello Mark,

There is an active feature request for the test list results feature and the change project results location feature in our Feedback Portal. However, we have not scheduled this feature for a specific release. If you have not done so already, you can vote for the feature in our Feedback Portal, increasing its priority in our development roadmap. Thanks for your input, which we rely upon to improve our product.

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answered on 08 May 2013, 06:28 PM
Thanks for the update and info on this one! I'll take a look at the feedback portal and give my vote for the feature as I think it's something useful to have.
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