New Feature Released: Bug Reports Revamped

November 7, 2016
Powen Shiah
Powen Shiah

These changes include:

Screenshots and Screencast attachments up front, to quickly see and identify critical areas at a glance. Furthermore, screenshots and videos are displayed directly in-browser, saving you from having to download these attachments. 

Bug details

Bug reports now display in-browser Images and video

A collapsable sidebar now features meta-information, including device lists and comments, so that all information is quickly and easily accessible.

Bug report with new sidebar

Bug report with new sidebar

These updates are the first in a series of updates we will be releasing in the upcoming weeks aimed at guaranteeing the expediency, efficacy, and accessibility of our platform.  If you have any questions about these new features, we are more than happy to go through the updates with you personally. Feel free to reach out to your Customer Success Manager or contact test IO Product Manager, Alexander Niemeier. He can be reached at [email protected].

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