Work better now with PractiTest new & improved GUI

/ September 17th, 2013
 

Ever since PractiTest was launched, we have always made sure to be in tune to our users’ adaptive needs. Taking into account your requests and feedback we have implemented some changes, refreshed and improved our GUI.

Now we can proudly announce our GUI update – “PractiTest Style 2013″. The new style improves and streamline your daily processes, so now you can work in a more organized and intuitive manner.

 

Here’s a glimpse of the improvements:

 

New PT GUI

Neutral colors and smart design

One of the first changes you’ll notice is the new color palette. Neutral colors that will help avoid distractions so you and your team can concentrate on your work.

 

 

 

 

Edit Screen

“New” and “Edit” screens

You will notice the new “Edit” and “New” screens have a new design, with easy input fields and better use of the space on your screen.

 

 

 

step_run

Tabular step run window

A new and more useful design for steps in Test Sets & Runs, This new design integrates all the functionality of the extended view with the advantages of the compact view.

 

 

 

 

rolloverRollover  Preview 

The “old” GUI used to have a right pane in the various modules, which made the whole grid look awkward. So we took it away, and added a popover when hovering those items, to see the fields. The popover was added to most of the entities in the program.

 

 

Better support for tablets!

As it is now common use to work on tablets while testing operations, we made sure the new GUI was able to re-size itself and adopt to the various platforms you might use.

And there is so much more!

If you want to get some more technical information about the new GUI, we refer you to our previous post: PT GUI change – what and how

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We know that sometimes changes can prompt questions and so we will be more than happy to assist you any way we can via our support team.  We will also be delighted if you want to write to us to share your thoughts and comments on this new GUI.

We hope that you like what you see.  And thanks for using PractiTest.

- The PractiTest team

 

 

 

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