Confirmation for deleting TC from the Library is needed
Confirmation popup with message "Are you sure you want to delete...?" (or something like this) should be added, when you remove test case from library.
If there are no warnings in deleting process you can delete information without backup.
Think of this interface as MS Word or Excel. Those will never display you a dialog box on what you want to do.
We may add a new key to delete cascaded - like ctrl+backspace. That can have a dialog box confirmation like the one in the Execute panel.
Also, we need undo functionality. Even with just a 1-step memory, it would improve the ease-of-use.
Bojana Daneva commented
@Aliksandr Tryhub I recommended to my team to only delete test cases and folders from the Execute view. Because also when you delete a folder you get a message telling you that the test cases from tat folder will end up in the top level, but there is a checkbox to tick if you want to delete nested test cases. If you tick it then you delete the test cases and the folder. In case you want to delete only some, in the Execute view you can multiselect and move the ones you want to keep and then delete the whole folder and remaining test cases.
Aliaksandr Tryhub commented
Ok, I'm agree with you. But this is right only for deleting the one separate test-case.
And what about deleting whole folder? All its content appears on the one level up. So you should delete all nested collection manually - one by one. What if there are 100 or more test-cases?
Popup dialog could resolve such situation, for example, containing check-box "Delete all embedded folders and records".
Also user has no any opportunity to delete collection of test-cases because the mass selection is absent - this feature seem's to be useful.
Should I create new enhancement or all described issues could be solved in borders of this one?
In the Execute mode, there is a confirmation dialog.
The Library mode is supposed to be a free editor, confirmation dialogs would make it real hard to use - though I agree that an undo function would be very useful.