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We are excited to announce our brand new “Test Insights” feature which extends our Analytics functionality with the ability to identify Test Flake.
What is Test Insights?
Test Insights is a new feature available within Sauce Analytics for all our enterprise users
Insights provides key metrics for each test over a 30-day time period
# of Runs
Fastest and Slowest Runtime
Along with the information above, Insights also provides a visual representation of the duration and status of the test. This helps users quickly determine if a test flakes often or not.
The X-axis of the Scatter Plot visualization shows the time range selected using the ‘time’ filter at the top of the page. The Y-axis shows the duration of each run. Color-coding indicates the result status - pass/fail/complete/error.
How can I access test insights?
In the left-hand side nav pane, you can access Test Insights along with Trends
In addition, you can use the URL - https://saucelabs.com/beta/analytics/test-insights. Your most recent test will be loaded by default.
How do I use the filters?
The filters that are available in Sauce Analytics Trends is also available in Test Insights.
You can filter your tests by -
Both the metrics as well as the visualization will be modified based on the filters you select
In addition to these filters, you can also directly search for a specific test
Can I share the insights of a test with my team?
Yes you can. Each test has its own unique URL, and you can share the URL with other Sauce users in your organization
The same permissions and access restrictions that apply to test details page, also apply to test insights.
What are the benefits of test insights?
Review failure trends for a test to determine flake
Review error rates for a test
Identify platforms with performance issues for a test
Want to know more?
We have a webinar planned for Wednesday, January 17th. Sign up for the webinar here.
In addition, here is a link to our documentation on Test Insights
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