Filtering with GitHub data

You can easily track the results of your mabl plans, tests, and deployment events by GitHub hash as soon as you've set up our GitHub integration. This makes it easier than ever to identify the source of regressions and determine what code caused your tests to fail.

Filtering your test results

To filter by specific GitHub info, you'll first need to navigate to the Results page of the mabl app. This page will show you your recently triggered test results by default, and is currently the only page available for filtering by Git hash.

If you have successfully integrated with GitHub, you'll see a special Advanced Filters section towards the top of the page. Here you're able to specify a specific GitHub issue number. As soon as you begin to modify this, your results will filter below.

The `Advanced Filters` section of the `Results` page.

The Advanced Filters section of the Results page.

Updated 11 months ago

Filtering with GitHub data

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