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Why would you want to use a
Note templatealways contains the same fields so you don't have to remember them.
Note templatecan ensure you have the rall the fields your report has placeholders for.
Note templateand reusing it across projects.
#[...]#syntax to define them. Automatically include any standard text in the note as well. The example below creates a note template that automatically includes a Title, a Type, and a Description field for each note.
To edit the details of an existing note template:
You’re already using the Report Template Properties for automatic validation, right? We’ve extended the Issue fields and Evidence fields even further to help make your life easier. Use the report template propererties to automatically generate a template from your Issue or Evidence fields.
Define the Issue fields in your Report Template Properties:
When you manually create an Issue, select Default for template in the dropdown of note template options.
Dradis will automatically pull in the Issue fields from your Report Template Properties to create your Issue template.
If you specified values for your text field, they’ll even appear in a list so that you can be sure that your Issue has the fields and values that your report template is looking for.
Note: the example above walks through defining the Issue fields and automatically generating an Issue template. The same process is available for Evidence fields, just follow the instructions to define your Evidence fields and create a piece of Evidence instead!
In the interest of keeping information organized, I'm going to have to ask you to open the Working with Notes page of the Working with projects manual that explains how to work with and customize the note field in your projects.
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