We have a ticketing system for doing software development.

We would like to put tickets into a state where it is "Ready to Test".

But those words do not fit into the space allocated on the button.

What is one word that means the same thing?

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    You might get better/more answers in UX/UI SE as this is specialized language. I'm partial to using verbs in buttons as they trigger actions. "Ready to Test" is a status not an action.
    – AllInOne
    Jan 12 '18 at 17:08
  • It might help for context if you included the terms for the other states.
    – jxh
    Jan 12 '18 at 19:50

The most correct term would be testable; which would save you a few characters as well!

test·a·ble ˈtestəb(ə)l

adjective; able to be tested or tried.

source: http://www.dictionary.com/


If you can program the button so it's greyed out before the ticket is ready to test, then Test would be enough. Otherwise test-ready, but that only saves one character.

  • Good thought, but is a state button so it will cycle through a few different states "unassigned", "done". Jan 12 '18 at 21:18

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