Have you ever heard the phrase “work smarter, not harder”?
There are many instances throughout your day (and the day of your trusted Quality Assurance team) where implementing this can help improve efficiency, increase accuracy, and make your life a whole lot easier.
You have that sneaking suspicion that there are ways that your testing life and that homemade bug report can be improved?
Depending on your business scenario and reporting needs, there are options or platforms for templates that will fit your needs.
Increasing your QA team’s efficiency, which is a key business metric, will inherently save company resources and increase your bottom line.
Find out what works best for you:
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If you’re new to bug tracking, issue management or web development in general, you might wonder what a bug report is.
In this blog post, I try to answer this question from different viewpoints. And trust me, it’s not going to be boring.
OK, I get it. You have an excellent team of developers, designers and project managers. You develop a great piece of software for a client. And you test it. Of course.
That is one awesome application. But then, when the application reaches the client’s end, bugs are popping out everywhere. Boom.
Despite all your best efforts, bug reports are coming in. So what’s the issue here?