Training tests in Incognito

Important information on the mabl Desktop app

If you are using the mabl Desktop app, training in Incognito mode is not available. All training sessions will begin with a fresh, stateless browser.

Setting the mabl Trainer to open in Incognito

  1. Right click on the mabl Trainer extension in the Google Chrome toolbar and choose "Manage Extension".
Aimated GIF of right clicking on the mabl extension and clicking the "Manage Extension".

Aimated GIF of right clicking on the mabl extension and clicking the "Manage Extension".

  1. Find the setting for "Allow in incognito" and toggle it on.
Animated GIF of turning on "Allow in incognito".

Animated GIF of turning on "Allow in incognito".

Thats it! Now every time you launch the mabl Trainer, the page will load in a new Incognito window.

Incognito mode limitations

Tests containing file upload steps and PDF testing steps need to be trained in a regular browser window. File uploads and PDF testing in Incognito are not currently supported.

Updated 3 months ago


Training tests in Incognito


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