Introduction

In this section, we hook Usetrace’s testing reports to an email address. We also take a deeper look at the information details for a trace run. This feature can be used to debug issues on your site.

1. Go To Settings

Click “Settings”.

2. Add Reporting

(1) Open “Scheduling & Reporting” (1).

(2) Add a report for Email (2).

(3) Change Email “Send reports:” to “Always” and set the email address to send the report to (3)

(4) Reports for Slack, Flowdock, JIRA, and HipChat can also be added and configured.

(5) Go to Dashboard.

3. Batch Run On Dashboard

(1) Click Run all Traces. To run multiple traces at once, to make a batch run, you can manually click the Run button on the Dashboard or integrate Usetrace to your continuous integration (CI) system (Settings -> Automation).

(2) Notice the run queue.

4. Dashboard Notifications

After a trace is run in a batch, the results appear as notifications on the Dashboard.

5. Email

An email with details of the report is sent to the address provided.

Information for a failed login trace run. Click the link “Screenshot” or the browser name to open the full details inside usetrace.com.

6. Details

The overview shows an Image of the failed step and the fail message. It also provides a Screenshot of the full browser when the failure happened.

Click “Webdriver commands”.

7. Webdriver

Here’s the log of web driver commands and responses that Usetrace has sent and received during the trace execution.

Click “Network”.

8. Network

The display of the network activity for the browser’s session. Activity is separated by each step. You can order the loaded resources by clicking on the headers.

All failed loads are highlighted.

Click “Trend”.

9. Performance History Graph

Shows the history of run times for this trace. The daily average is counted for the successful runs. Click a run to open the Network tab for that current run.

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