New users invited by their colleagues will see an improved signup form. The new form shows the name of the workspace owner who sent the invitation and only requires new users to fill in their name.
Ever wanted to mark why a test failed within mabl? See why your tests are failing across an environment? Or easily see if a coworker has already debugged an issue? mabl now supports failure annotation, a feature that enables you to better understand the quality of your applications. Here are some of the new things you can do:
Find the test run, plan run, or deployment you're looking for even faster with our newly upgraded filters on the Results page. Export your filtered results to a CSV with the click of a button as well.
mabl now supports finding all elements that match a CSS selector or XPath. From here, you can assert the number of elements that match this query. In the future, we hope to expand this feature to support additional actions in the Trainer.
You can now export mabl tests into various formats with the mabl CLI (
version 0.1.10-beta). Supported export formats are:
Now you can launch full test runs in the mabl cloud directly from the mabl trainer. Use this feature to easily verify your test as you train and edit them with new steps. Your training session will remain open so you can continue to iterate on your trained test or fix any issues discovered during the run. Just be sure to return to the tab with the trainer.
See the CLI overview for general setup and auth instructions
With the latest release, mabl now supports branching tests and reusable flows. You can create branches, save tests to them, run the branched tests, and add them to plans. All without impacting your regular plan runs. Then when everything looks good, or when the code your testing is deployed, you can merge the tests in mabl to make them available broadly.
You can now test drag and drop functionality in your web applications using mabl.