How to do Exploratory Testing in Test Studio

Using Telerik Test Studio Exploratory Testing tool you can

  • Submit and send and idea
  • Submit and send Important information
  • Submit a bug to Team Pulse or TFS

 

Directly from your browser. In this post we will learn how we can perform Exploratory Testing. To do exploratory testing click on Telerik Exploratory Testing Extension in the browser (Chrome is being used here}

 

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Not able to launch Exploratory Testing Tool? Read here

You will get Test Studio Exploratory toolbar open. Click on Feedback button to perform exploration testing

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Next click on Capture button to capture a screenshot

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Now you can capture any screen short from the page. Annotate a particular element as following. Like in following case we are saying “Change the font of Welcome element.

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In the left side you get Feeback panel. Here you can provide Title, Description and tag the annotation.

 

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You can tag either as Important or Idea. After providing all the information you can send this by clicking on send button in bottom.

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You can either export to

  • Word
  • HTML

Or can send in Email. You can submit it as bug as well. You can submit to Team Pulse or TFS.

 

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If you want to export to HTML click on HTML option. You will be asked to provide name of the file and choose the location to save the file.

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You will get a confirmation message that Feedback is saved to the given location.

 

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If you open file you will get all the information of the feedback submitted.

 

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In this way you can perform Exploratory Testing right in your browser using Telerik Test Studio.

. I hope you find this post useful. Thanks for reading.

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