Exploratory Testing

Exploratory testing helps Agile teams “shift left” testing and exposes issues that specification-based testing cannot find.

Tricentis Exploratory Testing helps you optimize exploratory testing with simplified planning, documentation, and reporting. Your team can easily plan exploratory test sessions, automatically record test actions with annotated screenshots and videos, and instantly share detailed results. This facilitates collaboration and ensures fast quality feedback for Agile and DevOps.

Reduce Business Risk

With unique features that help teams explore product territories from various perspectives, Tricentis Exploratory Testing helps you rapidly expose defects that evade other approaches. For example, it helps you expose usability issues, missing requirements, and problems with functionality that were implemented beyond the boundaries of the specification.

Provide Rapid Feedback

Exploratory testing helps Agile teams rapidly and reliably deliver comprehensive feedback on the application under test. The semi-structured nature of Tricentis Exploratory Testing provides the flexibility needed to keep pace with constant change —and helps teams provide valuable quality feedback even if testing time/resources are limited.

Streamline Documentation

The worst part about exploratory testing is keeping track of all the test steps. Tricentis Exploratory Testing relieves this pain by creating the documentation for you. Tricentis Tosca can automatically capture your exploration, including screenshots and videos that you can annotate and share. This means fewer distractions and more time to focus on exposing issues.

Increase Coverage

Tricentis Exploratory Testing helps you use exploratory testing to increase coverage around your existing manual and/or automated test cases. This provides a clear starting point and aligns your testing with the user stories your team is most concerned about.

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