The Project Explorer pane shows a tree-like structure of your tests in the project. Tests can be added directly to the project, or logically grouped in folders. Double click opens the test. Folders in turn, can be nested forming hierarchical representation of your testing solution.
Each project file has a context menu with further actions that can be taken. Note that some context menu items will show up only for certain project file types.
Add New Test - create a new test within the project or folder.
Add New Code File - add a new standalone code file.
Add Existing Test - add a previously created test to the project.
Add Existing Code File - add an existing standalone code file.
Create Folder - add a new folder to the project.
Compile - compile project.
Connect to Source Control - bind the project to TFS.
Rename - edit the name of the project.
Close Project - close the project.
Open Project Folder in Windows Explorer - launch an explorer window with the project path loaded.
Open - Open the selected test. You can also open a test by double clicking it.
Run Test - execute the test.
Data Bind - load the menu to bind the test to a data source.
Remove Data Binding - remove link between the test and the data source it is currently bound to.
Used By - Active for test used in Test as Step and shows a list of all test containing a reference to that one.
Properties - show all test properties.
Cut - keyboard shortcut is Ctrl+X.
Copy - keyboard shortcut is Ctrl+C.
Paste - keyboard shortcut is Ctrl+V.
Delete - permanently remove the file or folder from disk.
Rename - edit the name of the test or folder.
Exclude from Project - remove the test or folder from the project, but keep it on disk.