Deployment Events API Curl command builder now supports labels

Posted by Matt Womer 2 years ago

The Settings page for API deployment events has been updated to support the addition of labels to the Curl command builder:

Filter by flow and flow label while training journeys

Posted by Dani Dewitt 2 years ago

Flows with labels options:

Clear page cookies during test

Posted by Terry Knowlton 2 years ago

In addition to setting and removing individual cookies during a test, you can now clear all cookies on the current page. Simply click the "Clear all page cookies" option in the Cookies trainer menu.

Flow Labels

Posted by Dani Dewitt 2 years ago

Add labels to flows from the flow detail page.

Add a Hover Using the Element's CSS/XPath

Posted by Shannon Lu 2 years ago

If you know the CSS property or XPath of your hover triggered menu, you can now use that to add a single, targeted Hover action! Just use the CSS/XPath query as you normally would and choose the "Hover over" option from the Action dropdown menu.

Flow Detail and Edit Updates

Posted by Dani Dewitt 2 years ago

Detail of a flow can be accessed from the flows table, by clicking on the link of the flow name. The flows table also shows which flows contain hover steps.

Filter slack insights by status type and plan labels

Posted by Geoff Cooney 2 years ago

mabl now supports filtering slack notifications by additional fields! In addition to insight type you can now add filters on status categories and plan labels.

Docker image for Link Agent

Posted by James Baldassari 2 years ago

The Link Agent can now be executed easily within a Docker container using the official mabl repo on Dockerhub:

Plan Run History Export as CSV

Posted by Andrew Mendelsohn 2 years ago

Enterprise Feature

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

Add and edit set viewport steps

Posted by Mike DeCosta 2 years ago

Now you can test your responsive design websites by changing the viewport during testing. Just click the more actions button at the bottom of the trainer and select Set viewport. Then you'll be able to add a width and optionally height.