In order to promote the usage of BDD and Specflow in my organization, I would like to be able to export the feature file as a PDF file, natively with the Online Editor, or from Visual Studio, because, when I try to export the one by printing to PDF in visual studio I get very wide margins, and a header that make it hard to read. Also, I have used some extensions in Visual Studio Code, to format feature files, but they not always look good formatted, for instance with the Examples and Tables.
The alternative I had to use, was to copy/paste the code of the feature file from Visual Studio to Word, and there I could export the PDF, to attach it to Jira:
The sharing option is good, but inside of an organization, I think it's better to use something more permanent and internal, like a PDF file.
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