You can now quickly retrain a test. If you look on the Monitor dashboard, you will see a new icon (a pencil with a checkbox) next to the history for trained tests that ran the latest version of the test (yes, we're now versioning tests under the hood).
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 Details page.
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 you type displaying the options for mabl to interact with. This is a great way to ensure you are selecting the right elements.
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!
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 or XPath query and choose an action.
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.
The test output page received some improvements - now you can filter as normal on Error, Warnings, etc:
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 activity feed or a dynamic sales catalog. To apply an advanced find, just click the find button in the trainer as below:
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.