Reusability Is Key - Once you record your test, in some cases you will want/need to refactor it to achieve a more structured test design and improve future maintenance. For example, you will want your Login steps to be in a separate test which will handle your login flow for all your other tests. This way, if something changes in your login logic, you will only have one place to update. For this reason, we've introduced the Group Steps feature! Simply select the steps that you want to group into a separated test, click the group icon, give your new test a name and that's it. All the selected steps will be replaced with a single one which will now execute the new nested test. If any of the steps were using parameters, they will be automatically created in the nested test and all the values from the parent test will be mapped there.