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Projects keep your organization's test automation neat and sleek. On your journey to test automation in Copado Robotic Testing, you will need to either create a project or join an existing project.

Projects come with access management wherein you can restrict who can view/edit a project. A few typical use cases for creating separate projects are, demarcation between teams, separation between different applications under test and in some cases even facilitate collaboration.

By clicking on the briefcase icon on the top-right, you will be navigated to the Projects page. The page consists of a list of projects that you have access to.

Best practice to keep your test automation manageable is to avoid conducting all the testing under one project and use different projects, instead.


Projects page description:

  1. Robots: A robot icon in front of a project name tells us that the project has Robots enabled into it and the icon serves as a quick link to the Robots page.

  2. Name: Name of the project.

  3. Type: Specifies the project as a Robotic Software Testing (Test Automation), Robotic Process Automation (RPA) or Quality Intelligence(QI).

  4. Owner: User who owns the project. Typically, the user who has created it.

  5. Organization: Name of the organization the project belongs to.

  6. Quick start: It will create a project, a robot and a suite with a template repo for you with just one click.

  7. + (Add a new project): Create a new project by clicking on the + icon.