What boring task would you like a tool to help you with - 30 Days of Tools, Bonus Sponsor Challenge

Well, what do we have here? A bonus 30 Days of Tools challenge from our sponsor Sauce Labs. Time to reflect on the boring stuff we do in testing with Sauce Labs challenge:

What manual or tedious testing activity are you currently doing, which you’d most like to have a tool handle entirely instead?

  • Testing should be fun, what things are you doing in testing that you feel unengaged with. What tools might help?
  • What tools have you used in the past to make testing more fun for you?

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Might be a bit impossible but a UI Testing tool in a fast adapting company. The website changes every single day so automating the UI elements is kind of hard. :frowning:
So it’s not worth automating some of the aspects of the site.

Developer tools, Burpsuite, Postman and some hacking tools :stuck_out_tongue:

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Generate test cases based on some minimum input from the tester, sometimes we are required to write test cases and it can be time-consuming and tedious.

Visual Studio Code, Fiddler, Dev Tools, ET session management apps, etc.


Model Based Testing? :stuck_out_tongue:

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