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Trackers integration enhanced and Web version makes progress

This month the monthly version of our desktop client includes enhancements to some of the supported trackers and two of those improvements that makes a tester’s work easier. More notable is the progress our new web version is making. We have now released another major screen – the Labs. This screen joins the other screens […]

April 6th, 2015|News, Newsletter|Comments Off on Trackers integration enhanced and Web version makes progress

When the Feature Request Due Date Is NEVER

It’s one of the most frustrating things in the world.

You invest time and resources finding that perfect software product. And you finally find a solution that does 99% of what you want.

But you need that last 1% – that missing feature. And you’re not alone. Many others are requesting similar functionality. […]

March 9th, 2015|Blog, Usability|0 Comments

Every month, on time. The new version is ready for you.

Another monthly version is ready for you. We introduce integration support for a new bug tracker – DoneDone, improvements to another tracker – Axosoft, and new test search options on the Shared Steps and Test Dependency features.
Testuff web version is making progress and a new screen (Defects) is now available and joins the Tests, […]

March 2nd, 2015|News, Newsletter|Comments Off on Every month, on time. The new version is ready for you.

Does Automation Make Software Testers Lazier?

In the software testing world, automation is the ability to run scripts, tests, checks, and other applications with minimal (or zero) direct intervention from the user. Automation allows us to detect or verify a broad range of issues with the simple click of a button.

This can be a huge timesaver – whether […]

February 4th, 2015|Automation, Blog|1 Comment

Tests Dependencies. Make Sure Tests are Executed in the Right Order.

2015 first monthly version is here. We’ve prepared yet another better-test-management feature, for an improved control on the execution order of tests. This is the Test Dependency. You can now connect between tests, making one available for execution only when the its pair-test carries a Passed status. We’ve made sure the way to create the […]

February 2nd, 2015|News, Newsletter|Comments Off on Tests Dependencies. Make Sure Tests are Executed in the Right Order.

Automated Software Apps for the Grandparents of Tomorrow?

Give almost any teenager a digital camera or mobile phone, and he can usually figure out all of the core functions without consulting a manual. This is true even if the device is set to a foreign language that he doesn’t speak.

Give that same phone or camera to an elderly person, and watch the […]

January 20th, 2015|Blog, General|0 Comments

End Of Year Thoughts

Last day of the year. Just had a good talk with some colleagues here, which made me think about ‘where we are’ with Testuff test management tool.

In numbers it looks like this:

More than 3,150,000 Tests stored for customers on our servers. And growing.
99.97% Servers Up-Time. Isn’t that cool? No SLA, no promises. Real, solid […]

December 31st, 2014|Blog, General|0 Comments

End of Year Enhancements. Ready For Another Great Year.

The last monthly version for 2014 introduces some cool enhancements. Mostly on features introduced during 2014, and that received good feedback. Re-using data from tests in other tests (shared steps and now preconditions), the always-growing notifications feature, and more. Our team is not resting and already busy with the first version for the next year. […]

December 29th, 2014|News, Newsletter|Comments Off on End of Year Enhancements. Ready For Another Great Year.

Labels – your custom field for tests, runs and defects

The monthly new version introduces enhancements to the Labels feature, which is now available on tests, runs (assigned/executed tests) and defects. You can use it for any purpose, and customize it for your own specific needs.
The exciting news to share is that Testuff 2.0 is almost here. You know that we’ve released the first phase […]

December 1st, 2014|News, Newsletter|Comments Off on Labels – your custom field for tests, runs and defects

Will Software Testing Ever Succumb to Artificial Intelligence?

We recently came across a new tool that claims to build powerful, functioning websites without any need for developers or designers. Still in prototype, the Grid isn’t simply a website builder – it is a full-fledged developer that leverages artificial intelligence (AI) to create online properties from scratch.

The Matrix is almost here – a […]

November 22nd, 2014|AI, Blog|1 Comment
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