Whether you’ve been using Testomato for a long time or just getting started, you may have noticed that incidents have different levels of severity. It’s true that some tests are for non-critical elements, and we thought it was about time we gave people the option to opt out of receiving alerts for these issues if needed. So, we created a useful new setting for your Testomato projects – severity level of alerts for email…

This is a quick post to announce a new feature to improve Testomato’s email notifications. We’re excited to introduce Notification Delay! How It Works Notification Delay will allow you to set a period of time that we’ll wait before we send you notifications about issues. If an issue is resolved during that delay period, the notification will be discarded and you won’t receive any emails from us. For example, setting…

Last month, our users took a few minutes to help us decide what to add next to Testomato. We were thrilled to see how many of you wanted to share your opinion, and we’re excited to share the final results with you today. Based on our survey, we were able to make some big decisions and rearrange our roadmap over the coming months. A big thanks to all of you…

Our community is very important to us and has always been great at helping us better understand what easy automated testing should look like for teams. Listening to our users is one of our best sources for information and ideas, and one thing you asked for was the ability to test pages that are only accessible with a password. We’re proud to announce the launch of a new Testomato feature:…