Remove Auto-Login from your Journey

Posted by Stephen Vance about a year ago

If you added auto-login to your journey and then trained the login anyway, you can now remove it. Just look for the trash can icon on the right hand side of the title for that flow in the _Journey Det...

Live Highlighting of Find Any CSS and XPath Queries in the mabl Trainer

Posted by Michael Bartucca about a year ago

The mabl Trainer will now highlight elements and display a result count for CSS and XPath queries when using the Find Any action. Simply type in the criteria field and mabl will evaluate the query as ...

Insights Sidebar

Posted by Ryan Jones about a year ago

We made Insights more visible by adding them to the sidebar - now there's a persistent count and list of Insights at your fingertips on every screen of the app!

Find any now works with input and select elements

Posted by Geoff Cooney about a year ago

mabl now supports using find functionality to enter text into input elements or choose an option from a select element. To use these features, click the find button in the trainer ui, enter your CSS ...

Typed Navigation & Page Refreshes Now Tracked in the mabl Trainer

Posted by Michael Bartucca about a year ago

The mabl Trainer now tracks typed navigation and page refresh events performed during mabl training sessions. You'll see them tracked in the Captured Steps view in the mabl trainer UI.

Creating and using variables in trained tests

Posted by James Baldassari about a year ago

It is now possible to define and use variables during a training session. The first step is to click the Create Variable button in the trainer:

Improved Journey Output Filtering

Posted by Ryan Jones about a year ago

The journey output page received some improvements - now you can filter as normal on Error, Warnings, etc:

New Find Any Matching Element by CSS/XPath Selectors in Trainer

Posted by Geoff Cooney about a year ago

mabl now supports finding any element matching a css or xpath query. This is useful for use cases where you don't know exactly what the elements you want to interact with look like, such as in an act...

New Wait Step in the mabl Trainer

Posted by Michael Bartucca about a year ago

You can now add a wait step in the mabl Trainer. With the new wait step you can now direct mabl to wait a specific amount of time between steps.

New Assertion Types in the mabl trainer

Posted by Michael Bartucca about a year ago

New assertion types have been added to the mabl trainer. The following assertion types are now available: - greater than - greater than or equals - less than - less than or equals