One of our favorite things about Testomato is that it’s been designed to be easy and user-friendly. We hope that we’ve achieved this goal! A key feature that helps keep things simple is our Email Notification Feature, which keeps you informed about your project(s) without having to log into the application. Notification Settings Users can set up notifications in the User Menu by clicking on Notifications in the drop-down menu located in the top right corner of your screen. You can then choose which projects you would like to receive notifications about. Select the project(s) and click save.

February 7, 2013 by Roman Ožana

We’ve got another feature spotlight for you! Our post today will cover the project settings that are available to users in Testomato. Once you’ve created a project, you can choose to customize your settings (see screenshot below).

February 1, 2013 by Roman Ožana

In our last Feature Spotlight, we mentioned that you can customize your Testomato tests to check for “common error messages”. We understand this is a very general description, so our team felt it would be helpful to spend more time explaining this particular option of that feature. Error messages display when an unexpected condition occurs within the HTML code on your website. Today, we will go through each of the types of errors we check for and give you a brief explanation of each. Common Server Messages Testomato checks for several common error messages that indicate server-side errors. This means that we…

January 25, 2013 by Roman Ožana

Last week we announced that we would be doing a Feature Spotlight series to help you better understand the services provided by Testomato. Our second post in the series will explain the different test settings you can choose from when customizing your Basic Testomato Test Suite, or any new tests that you wish to add to your project suite. We’ll give you a brief overview of the test options and a short explanation of each setting. Once you have your basic test suite, you may wish to further customize your tests. To configure a test, click on the test name and a…

January 18, 2013 by Roman Ožana

The Testomato team wants to make sure you understand how our features work, so this post will be the first of a Feature Spotlight series. Today, we’ll cover how we create our basic test suite (a set of tests) when you test a URL. The automatic test suite we create is based on a link search we conduct on your homepage. What does that mean? When you send us the URL for your website,  Testomato finds all the hidden links in the HTML on your homepage, identifies important links, and makes sure they are all functioning correctly. Curious how we…

January 11, 2013 by Roman Ožana

As Testomato prepares to take that final leap out of beta, we wanted to take this opportunity to introduce our main features to those of you who aren’t familiar with our service. So, what is Testomato?  Testomato is an automated error testing service designed to keep your website running smoothly. Currently, we make sure: Your website is online All your links and page elements are working properly There are no errors in your forms

January 3, 2013 by Roman Ožana

Imagine you work in a small IT company that has just finished an e-shop for an important client. The e-shop was originally schedule for release on Monday, but unfortunately was delayed (a classic situation). Instead, the launch was moved back to the end of the week and an advertising campaign was prepare to start for the following Monday. It’s Friday afternoon, the e-shop is completed and put into full operation, according to plan. One final test is run of the ordering process and new features without any problems occurring. Everyone leaves for the weekend, except for one colleague, who takes…

November 15, 2012 by Roman Ožana

Is your website available? Testomato can check your website availability every 15 seconds from 10 different locations around the world and will send you an alert if the site is unavailable.

Keep track of the important parts of your website with simple checks that can run every minute. They can check plain words, HTML code, HTTP headers, redirects … and much more. Never miss anything.

Websites break, it happens all time. You'll be the first to know. Testomato has an extensive database of and will let you know if it finds any error on monitored url.