Here are some updates from the past month
Create a Test Set based on Requirements
PractiTest is introducing an easy way to build the execution of your requirements. From now on you can create a Test Set based on a requirement, and all the tests linked to this requirement will be automatically added to the Test Set as test instances. You can read more about it here
Control user permissions with increased granularity
Enable team members to comment on PractiTest entities by giving them the new “Comments” permission level. You can find it in the Project Settings.
PractiTest Live Training
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March 8th, 14:00 EST / 20:00 CET, Sign up here
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Deciphering Alerts: Make Sense Of What Your Software Is Saying - a webinar miniseries by Lena Wiberg, Part #1
In this miniseries, Lena will show us how different parts of the tech stack deliver different types of information to the user, how to guess which part of the stack they are from and how we can use that to do better testing.
March 22nd, 9:00 EST / 15:00 CET. Sign up for Part 1
PractiTest and Beyond
- Design Patterns in Test Automation - by Christian Baumann
Based on his successful webinar, Christian Baumann explains design patterns, and how to apply them to your test automation code base. Read it here
- Critical Thinking in Software Testing: A Key Skill in the IT Industry
A new blog post by Olivia Tayllors. Read it here