If your team uses Atlassian JIRA and wants to jumpstart, scale, or streamline exploratory testing, we’d like to introduce you to the first native exploratory testing add-on for JIRA. Watch our product overview webinar to see it in action.

Why did we build this add-on?

Our primary goal with this add-on is to facilitate collaboration within and across agile teams with simplified exploratory session planning, documentation, and reporting.

We want to elevate exploratory testing to the enterprise level, helping organizations extend their exploratory-testing best practices and tooling across cross-functional teams and marry them with their preferred issue tracking and project management environment. The add-on empowers seamless collaboration on testing without extensive planning. It enables a session-based exploratory testing approach - the perfect complement to test automation - to help teams rapidly and reliably deliver fast feedback on quality in today’s accelerated development environments.

What does it do for you?

With Exploratory Testing for JIRA teams can plan and timebox sessions, write charters, define test objectives, invite team members, and add related artifacts directly from the Atlassian JIRA environment.

  • Exploratory Testing for JIRA frees testers to focus on testing without worrying about preparing documentation. Test actions are captured automatically with screenshots and videos that can be annotated - reducing the time required to document test actions and issues by more than 80 percent.

  • A broad array of team members (e.g. developers, UX specialists, technical writers, product owners, business analysts) can be invited to participate, and they can immediately start testing with the click of a button. Session owners gain a quick overview of session results and progress, while all participating testers get instant access to all the details required for testing.

  • To facilitate rapid defect reproduction and resolution, testers can instantly send the responsible developers detailed information about each session and the issues it uncovered, including specific test steps and system information. This simplifies defect reproduction so each issue can be addressed promptly and accurately. Annotated screenshots and videos help developers zero in on the issues and understand the tester’s perspective.

How can I get my hands on it?

The add-on can be downloaded on the Atlassian Marketplace. A live demonstration is provided during the Exploratory Testing for JIRA webinar. Additional information can be found on the Tricentis Exploratory Testing Tools page.

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