We’ve added Rules for Groups to allow you run a check on multiple web pages. You’ve been asking us for this feature, and we listened. Now, you can define a rule and apply it to a project or a group of checks. This has been one of our most requested features. Some of you have been kind enough to share your workflows with our team and told us it would be helpful to define a…

You may have noticed we made a big change in Testomato recently! On Monday May 25, we updated our pricing plans. It’s very important to us that this process be as comfortable as possible for everyone, so we wanted to take the opportunity to explain why we decided to make this change and what it means for you. Why We Changed Our Pricing Plans As many of you know, Testomato has been…

It’s crucial for website response to be as fast as possible, in order to keep the short attention span of today’s website visitors. Slow websites are frustrating for users and often end up deterring them from future visits. In fact, according to a 2009 Akamai study, 57% of users will abandon a page that takes longer than 3 seconds to load. And since Google considers site speed as a ranking…

Testomato has a nifty new feature to make testing your pages for in-depth content easier! We just gave our old string tests an upgrade – introducing new Rules in Testomato. We’ve been hearing a lot requests for a way to create and customize specific rules that allow users to dig deeper into their website pages. You asked, we listened. How to Use Rules in Testomato Rules are a new way to customize your tests to monitor…