Analyze your testing activity
Use these features in Test Observability to analyze the testing activity in your organization.
Monitor and optimize the health of every test case in your suite with aggregated health metrics across multiple builds.
Optimize the health of your test suite by tracking which unique errors and stack traces are behind multiple test failures.
Learn how testing activity in your organization has evolved over time and get actionable insights to improve it.
Enhance your testing activity with Test Observability
Many QA teams use spreadsheets to track test metrics manually. This practice is time-consuming, inefficient, and unsustainable. Tools that provide one-shot reports also do not solve the problem of effectively tracking the testing activity in an organization.
Test Observability provides comprehensive and interactive reports that work out of the box, save time and effort, and offer rich insights that QA teams benefit from. You can use Test Observability to analyze tests against various parameters and fix issues that affect the efficiency of testing in your organization.
The following features in Test Observability help you analyze and improve the testing activity in your organization:
Tests Health: With deep insights from Tests Health, you can identify which tests need more attention to improve the overall health of your test suite. You can get answers to questions like which tests fail most frequently, which tests take the most time to complete, etc.
In Tests Health, you can slice and dice the testing data by filtering by test statuses, device-browser combinations, folders, date of execution, etc. Such control in analyzing your testing data helps you get unique views on your test suite.
Learn more about Tests Health here.
Unique Errors: You can evaluate the impact of individual errors in your test suite using Unique Errors. You can fix a large number of tests by resolving the top unique errors that cause most test failures.
You can slice and dice the error data by filtering by test statuses, device-browser combinations, folders, date of execution, etc. Such control gives you unique insights about why errors occur in your test suite and how you can reduce them.
Learn more about Unique Errors here.
Testing Trends: QA managers and Engineering leads can get a comprehensive picture of the testing activity in your organization using Testing Trends. They can use these insights to identify areas of improvement in testing and development practices, set goals for their teams, and prioritize tasks. Using Testing Trends, they can continuously evaluate how the testing activity in your organization is evolving with time.
Learn more about Testing Trends here.
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You can integrate Test Observability with your test suite in a few minutes. Test Observability works with most of the leading test frameworks.
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