Adding tests to plans in bulk

Posted by Dan Belcher about a year ago

You can now bulk-add journeys to plans via the Tests page. This is particularly useful if you have many tests that you'd like to add to a single plan. It saves you the time of manually adding each test via the Plan Edit form.

Multi-tab support

Posted by James Baldassari about a year ago

As of version 1.4.0 the trainer is now able to track actions across multiple tabs. When recording a flow, if the site being tested opens a new tab (e.g. by clicking a link with target="_blank"), you will see steps in the trainer similar to this:

Big improvements in reliable reporting of test results

Posted by Geoff Cooney about a year ago

We're happy to announce a number of quality of life enhancements around the reporting of test results!

Set Your Primary Workspace with User Preferences

Posted by Andrew Mendelsohn about a year ago

You can now set your primary workspace—the one which will be loaded on each new session.

Single Sign On with SAML

Posted by Mike DeCosta about a year ago

Add single-sign-on using SAML to your available mabl login options.

Replay file upload tests in Trainer

Posted by Shannon Lu about a year ago

File Upload Replay is Here!

mabl Link available in private beta

Posted by James Baldassari about a year ago

Enterprise Feature

This feature is included in mabl Enterprise tier and during the free trial period.

Internet Explorer 11 Support

Posted by Tamara Yu about a year ago

Enterprise Feature

This feature is included in mabl Enterprise tier and during the free trial period.

File upload tests

Posted by Mike DeCosta about a year ago

We're excited to announce the release of file upload testing. Now you can test apps that require uploading files by training tests just as an end user would use your site. To use this feature, upgrade your trainer extension to 1.2.0 or above.

Non-terminating Assertions

Posted by Stephen Vance about a year ago

Several users have asked for assertions that let execution continue. In various tools, these are sometimes called "soft assertions" or "checks".