UI testing is the process of testing the user interface of something. This means testing to see how your application, website, or software interacts with a user. Basically, UI testing checks to see how your application or software responds to the following: usability consistency accessibility compatibility In simple terms, it’s checking to see how your program handles mouse and keyboard input, as well as whether it displays text, images, boxes/menus, icons,…

Using Testomato’s Email Notifications

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…

Testomato Project Settings

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).

What Are Common Error Messages?

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…