Testim March Product Summary: Advanced Analytics, Results Export Feature

Introduction We work hard to improve the functionality and usability of our autonomous testing platform to support your software quality initiatives. This month we’re thrilled to release a few of your most requested features; Advanced Analytics, Results Export Feature. Check them out and let us know what you think. Advanced Analytics What is it? You […]

Testim March Product Summary:  Advanced Analytics, Results Export Feature
By Raj Subramanian, Mar 25, 2019

Introduction

We work hard to improve the functionality and usability of our autonomous testing platform to support your software quality initiatives. This month we’re thrilled to release a few of your most requested features; Advanced Analytics, Results Export Feature. Check them out and let us know what you think.

Advanced Analytics

What is it?

You will now be able to see an aggregated failure summary report inside a suite runs page. The report will contain a snapshot of the test failures and a pie chart. To help with debugging; clicking any error group or one of the pie chart segments will filter the view to show only the tests that failed on the selected error. This speeds up the troubleshooting of failed tests by pinpointing the root cause of run failures.

Why should I care?

Sometimes, a single problem in one shared step (for example, a “login” group) can cause many tests to fail. With the release of this feature, you will now be able to quickly hone in on those high-impact problems and dramatically reduce the time it takes to stabilize the suite.

 

Results Export Feature

What is it?

You will now see an export button in the results page (suite runs, test runs and single suite view). Clicking this button will download the results data as a CSV file, which can then be imported into excel or Google sheets.

NOTE: Only the data that is currently presented in the UI will be put into the CSV file. For example, if “Last 24 hours” is selected and the status filter is set to “Failed”, the CSV file will only include failed tests from the last 24 hours.

Why should I care?

We now have the ability to easily share the test results across teams with people who use and do not use Testim. This also gives the flexibility to feed the generated CSV file to any external tool or framework for more customized reporting. The possibilities are endless.

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