Identifying common pages in Coverage

Posted by Lauren Clayberg 5 months ago

The mabl Coverage page will now report test coverage in terms of common pages of your application. We use a technique called "url-clustering" to group dynamic URLs of pages, giving you more accurate a...


Retry only failed tests on plan failure

Posted by James Baldassari 5 months ago

Building on the retry-on-failure feature for plans, there is now a new option that will cause only the failed tests to be retried when a plan goes from passing to failing. The new setting can be ac...


Assert/IF against variables using template strings

Posted by Andrew Mendelsohn 5 months ago

Now you can create assertions and IF conditions against template strings. Most notably, template strings can include references to variables. Examples: 1. Here we assert that the inner text of a...


Improved Trainer Replay (v2.13.0+)

Posted by Shannon Lu 5 months ago

The mabl Trainer now runs all local playback using the Chrome debugger mode to instrument the network interaction, gain direct access to the DOM, and better replicate user actions inside your browser....


Filter selections persisted and loaded upon page visit

Posted by Simon Choy 5 months ago

mabl now saves off the filters you apply on the following pages: results by journey, plans, journeys, flows, snippets, insights, explorer, coverage, and datatable pages! When you apply filters on thes...


New assertion types: ends with and does not end with

Posted by Bertold Kolics 6 months ago

Mabl now supports two new additional assertion types: ends with and does not end with. This allows - for example - to ...


Filter mabl workspace by application

Posted by Mike DeCosta 6 months ago

We're happy to announce that you can now filter what you see in mabl by a set of applications. This filter is unique to each user, is easily changed, is able to be toggled on and off from the top of t...


Expanded Keypress and Keyboard Shortcut Support

Posted by Andrew Mendelsohn 6 months ago

Mabl now supports keyboard shortcuts. The trainer will observe your keyboard inputs and record steps automatically. You can also edit these steps, or create them manually using the custom find form.


Filter output logs for Auto Heals

Posted by Terry Knowlton 6 months ago

You can now filter a journey's execution output to show steps that were completed using an auto-heal. An indicator of associated auto-heals on the journey run is also shown in the summary panel above...


View attribute changes in element history

Posted by James Baldassari 6 months ago

You can now easily identify which element attributes have changed in the Element History view on the test output page. Any attributes...