We are excited to announce the beta release of our latest feature, Visual Scanner! Designed to help you maintain the highest quality web presence, Visual Scanner automates the process of detecting visual defects across your websites and applications.

What is Visual Scanner?

Visual Scanner is a new feature on Percy that automatically scans specified URLs at scheduled intervals to spot visual defects. This allows you to stay ahead of any unexpected visual alterations and ensure your users always experience your website as intended.

Maintaining a visually consistent and error-free web presence in today's fast-paced digital environment is more critical than ever. Visual Scanner simplifies this task by automating the detection of visual defects, allowing you to focus on delivering the best user experience possible.

Key Features

Zero Installation - Minimal Setup

Getting started with Visual Scanner is a breeze. Simply set up your URLs or websites for scanning, and you'll have comprehensive visual bug detection at your fingertips with minimal effort.

Automated Monitoring

Visual Scanner allows you to schedule your scans periodically or trigger them on demand. This ensures you always have up-to-date insights into the visual integrity of your web presence.

Review Changes Before Deployment

With Visual Scanner, you can review your scan results and update baselines before deployment. This continuous improvement cycle helps you maintain a visually consistent and high-quality user experience.

How to Get Started

  1. Add URLs: Add the URLs of your websites to start scanning for any visual discrepancies.
  2. Set Scans: Schedule your scans to run periodically or on demand for the latest visual updates.
  3. Examine Results: Review your scan results, approve, and update baselines to maintain visual consistency.

Check out our feature documentation page for a step-by-step guide on using the Visual Scanner feature on Percy

Stay tuned for more updates as we continue to innovate and enhance Percy to serve you better. Happy testing!