You can now send plan reports to a list of individual email addresses, regardless of whether they have a mabl account. Previously, only all workspace members received the reports.
Ever wanted to see the results of all your test runs by application, environment and status for the last 30 days? Check out the new chart on the dashboard.
We've made a few changes to the test details page to make it easier to use.
New to mabl is the test timeline, a feature that helps you easily identify specific steps and portions of your app that run slower than others. Optimize your tests and plans to run even faster. Zoom in to see more detail using the scroll wheel; drag left and right to pan while zoomed.
Assertion steps will now scroll to the target element (if there is one). The reason for the change is twofold:
Do you use the mabl Slack integration to notify specific channels when tests fail? Would you like mabl to mention certain users (such as yourself) in those messages so that they are alerted in Slack?
We're happy to announce that you can now filter the plan run history on your plan details page by status.
Coverage reports are now available on the coverage page under "Page reports". It's easier to see which pages have the most users and complexity and how much coverage they have (or lack), compared to the number of journeys covering each page. This may better inform which pages need the most attention from a testing perspective.
A little while ago, we introduced the application and environment summary tab under the "Configure" page in the mabl app. This tab allows you to manage your applications, environments, and the URLs that you're testing all in one place.
The mabl Coverage page will now report test coverage in terms of common pages of your application. We use a technique called "url-clustering" to group dynamic URLs of pages, giving you more accurate and readable coverage data on how mabl is testing your apps.