Creating projects
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Written by Jamie Shuey
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Use projects to keep tests organized on the UsabilityHub dashboard. Each project acts as a folder for tests. You can add tests to projects while creating them, or after the fact.

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On the Dashboard, recent projects are displayed at the top of the page. Select View all projects to visit the Projects page.

Creating a project

From the dashboard

Create a new project from your dashboard by clicking the Create new project button:

When creating a test

  1. Under Test details, type in your preferred project name. This can be an existing project or a brand new one.

  2. Create and save the test as usual.

  3. Once created, this will be listed on the projects page. Here you can view all tests in that particular project. Your most recent projects will also be displayed on the dashboard.

Moving tests to a new project

To move a test while on the dashboard or search page, select the checkbox next to the test. You can select multiple tests if you need to move more than one.

At the bottom of the screen, click on Move to and specify the project you would like to move your test(s) to.

Managing projects

Once a project is created, you are able to manage that project from the dashboard or the projects page. Click on the ellipsis icon (three vertically placed dots) located next to the project's name to show the following options:

  • Share

    • Copy a direct link to the project for easy sharing with teammates on your account.

  • Rename

  • Archive

    • Archiving a project moves it out of view, helping shorten your active projects list.

  • Delete

    • Deleting a project is a permanent action so you'll receive a warning message before proceeding. If your project contains any tests, those tests will also be deleted.

Common questions

Where do I find tests or projects that I've archived?

Archiving a test or a project will remove it from your dashboard view. If you want to find something that has been archived, click the dropdown menu where it says Show unarchived on the Projects or Search page and select Show archived.

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