So you want to start testing and do it yourself this time?
That’s easy with TestMonitor. To help you on your way we have created a video in which we explain how to get started. In just 6 minutes we will show you what TestMonitor looks like and how to set up a test project.
In this video we will go through the different steps of setting up and running a test project in detail. You will see how to:
Define your requirements and risks
To define your requirements and risks, so you can prioritize and get a grip on the outcome of your tests.
How linking requirements and risks to your test cases will give you insight in what the test results really mean for your IT-project.
Get a clear overview, per test case or of the complete test run.
The best way to communicate details per issue and still keep it clear for everybody.
Easily create a new issue; if needed relating to an existing issue.
Filter outcomes in complex test projects.
Resolve issues quickly
Keep an eye on the open issues.
Communicate with all stakeholders involved and keep it organized.
Reports, you can use to inform stakeholders
Find out which type of report suits your need best.
Present specific data in a report, to keep it relevant and clear.
Get an overview per requirement, risk, test case, test run or issue.
Efficient communication within the project team
Besides discussing the features, communication within the project team is another crucial aspect of your test project. Often, with e-mails you might lose track or forget to include people. Therefore we will show you how you can easily set up communication and notifications in your settings in TestMonitor. It will function as the central place for all project members to find information or communicate about the test project.
Curious what it looks like on screen?
Are you eager now to see what it looks like for real? Then check out our video and learn how to start a test project in just 6 minutes!
More tutorials and knowledge about user testing
If you would like to learn more about user testing, you can visit our knowledge base. We love to share everything we know about UAT. Therefore we have made several tutorials and wrote articles about topics related to UAT and recent developments. Also we created a checklist on 'Do-It-Yourself-Testing' that you might like. Do let us know if you miss a topic!