Step 4

In the next part of setup, you need to specify “Where to test” (on which devices) and the “Bug language."

When selecting “Where to test,” you will be choosing which devices your testers will use to run your test. You need to keep in mind your audience and their devices.

"Default devices" will be suggested, but you can always go and customise the device selection on the test level. You can learn more about "Default devices" and how to set them up here.

Note: You can define device scope by editing device type, device model, OS, and/or browsers. Please keep in mind that any “unconventional” or outdated device, OS, and browser combinations may lead to irrelevant device specific bugs. 

BUG LANGUAGE


When choosing the Bug language, please keep in mind that testers get invited based on the report language; therefore, the instructions/Features and bug report languages should be consistent.

Note: Bug language is defaulted to English.

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