added

PDF export includes step titles

Posted by Eugene Krylov 7 months ago

Reading test run results exported to PDF format just got easier. We now include step titles in the output to help navigate long and complicated tests.

added

Heading options for Echo step

Posted by Kim Tran 7 months ago

Do you have tests with many flows and steps? You can now organize them in logical sections by designating the Echo steps as headers. Test overview and run result pages will style Echo steps according to header levels.

added

Download for datatables

Posted by Eugene Krylov 7 months ago

Just as you can import your existing datatables into mabl by uploading them in CSV format, you can now download your datatables in CSV format to share them with others or manage test data in a spreadsheet such as Excel or Google Sheets.

added

GitHub Actions Custom Event Support

Posted by Joseph Lust 7 months ago

improved

Test detail's plan list in new tab

Posted by Jay Zipursky 7 months ago

We continue to improve the test details page's organization to make it easier to use.

improved

Execution Results API Enhancements

Posted by James Baldassari 7 months ago

The Execution Results API has been updated to make it easier to tell whether a deployment was successful when taking automatic plan retries into account. A new top-level object was added to the response that looks similar to the following:

improved

Selecting, adding, removing, and editing URLs

Posted by Dani Dewitt 7 months ago

Selecting an application, environment, and URL for a plan just got easier.

improved

New month to date runs card to email workspace report

Posted by Kim Tran 7 months ago

We have updated the cards in the email workspace report to provide even better visibility into your tests, execution and recent insights.

added

Changing the target element in the trainer

Posted by Simon Choy 7 months ago

You can now change the target element of a click, double click, or a hover step without the need to retrain the step. You just need to edit the step in the trainer and you should see a cursor button to change the selected element, details about the target element, and a dropdown to change the action type.

improved

Added JavaScript snippet name in the step description

Posted by Kim Tran 7 months ago

After importing/inserting an existing/named JavaScript snippet to a journey, do you often wonder what the snippet name was used in the journey? Now you can see its name in the step description!