Create a test plan
Create test plans to track manual testing for sprints or milestones. That way you can see when the testing for a specific sprint or milestone is complete.
In Visual Studio Online, select your team project. (If you haven't been here before, use Browse all.)
Go to the Test hub. Create a test plan for your current sprint.
Name the test plan. Check the area path and iteration.
Now add test suites for the backlog items that need manual tests. (These backlog items could be user stories, requirements or another work item based on the setup of your team project.)
You use requirement-based suites to group your test cases together. That way you can track the testing status of a backlog item. Each test case that you add to a requirement-based test suite is automatically linked to the backlog item.
Add a clause to filter by the iteration path for the sprint. Run the query to display the backlog items.
Choose the backlog items that you want to test this sprint.
Now you've created a requirement-based test suite for each backlog item.
Q:Can I group my requirement-based test suites together?
A:Yes. You can create a static test suite to do this. Static test suites can contain any type of test suites - just like folders. Drag test suites to group them in a static test plan.
Q:What are query-based test suites ?
A:Use a query to group together test cases that have a particular characteristic - for example, all the tests that have Priorty=1. The suite will automatically include every test case that is returned by the query that you define.
Q:Can I edit other properties of a test plan from the test hub?
A:You can only do this from Microsoft Test Manager. If you have installed Visual Studio 2012 Update 3 or Visual Studio 2013, you can open a test plan in MTM directly from the test hub. (The most recently installed version of MTM is launched.)