Organize your tests by adding labels for similar skills that appear in multiple tests
Test labels are a great way of grouping the tests that have similar skill sets. Test labels are nothing but tags or topics that can be added to every test in your account. You can add multiple labels to a single test.
Let's explore how to do it.
1. Creating the Test Labels
a. Log in to your Mocha account
b. Click Settings -> Global Settings -> Test Labels
c. Click Create New Label
e. You can name the test label, e.g. aptitude, Java, English Proficiency, etc. The test label should not exceed 25 characters.
f. Name the Test label, Click Save
These test labels then then be used to tag your tests. You can even edit or delete the test labels.
2. Adding labels to your test
a. Click My Tests
b. From the list, select the tests you want to add labels to. This can be done by clicking on the check box next to each test. Note: You can select multiple tests.
c. Click the Label icon, select the labels, and click Apply
d. The tests will reflect the selected tag.
You can tag multiple labels to tests. Use the filter bar, to filter the tests as per the labels tagged. To view tests that do not have any labels, select the filter Unlabeled Tests from the drop-down.
You can also watch the below video.
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