Congratulations, you’ve graduated from Gherkin school! Let’s look back over what we’ve learned in this chapter.
Readability should be your number-one goal when writing Gherkin features. Always try to sit together with a stakeholder when you write your scenarios, or at the very least pass them over for feedback once you’ve written them. Keep fine-tuning the language in your scenarios to make them more readable.
Use a Background to factor out repeated steps from a feature and to help tell a story.
Repetitive scenarios can be collapsed into a Scenario Outline.
Steps can be extended with multiline strings or data tables.
You can organize features into subfolders, like chapters in a book.
Tags allow you to mark up scenarios ...