Business Software: How to provide consumer-like user experiences 

Business Software: How to provide consumer-like user experiences 

Business software is changing 85% of CEOs say that the pandemic has accelerated digital transformation, according to a recent Deloitte survey. Digital transformation often means new software tools that increas…

4 ways instrumented testing helps companies deploy faster

4 ways instrumented testing helps companies deploy faster

These days, speed is everything in software development. As companies try to keep up with the rush to create new software features and test code, they rely on technology advances…

Instrumented testing: how to unlock a new era of manual testing impact

Instrumented testing: how to unlock a new era of manual testing impact

Getting quality bugs is only half the QA battle—you need issue reports showing actual testing session insights that could negatively impact your users. And if you have skilled manual testers…

Issue reproduction comment template for reproducible bugs Issue reproduction: why reproducing bugs matter

Issue reproduction: why reproducing bugs matter

Software bugs are a natural occurrence in the software development cycle but they sure can be the bane of app developers’ lives. To be able to fix issues swiftly and…

Tips for writing a great bug report, advice from a QA tester

Tips for writing a great bug report, advice from a QA tester

As part of our Ask a Tester series, we feature QA experts from our network who share with us their experience, expertise, and perspective on software testing. Writing a good bug…

How to write a bug report that will make your engineers love you

How to write a bug report that will make your engineers love you

Finding a bug is one thing, but documenting it is just as important, if not more so. That’s why we want to share with you how to write the id…

KISS method for bug reporting

KISS method for bug reporting

It’s essential to keep bug reports as clean and easy to read as possible. At Testlio, we use the KISS method, commonly known as “Keep It Simple Stupid“. We’re constantly…