Review ‣ for a walk-through on how to create an assignment for a QA Engineer, including a list of all materials needed.
<aside> ⛔ Please note that a failure to properly create an assignment for the QA Engineer will result in a delay in QA testing being run. 🤷♂️🤷🏻♀️
QA & Project’s Lifecycle provides a walk-thru on what to expect during the QA phase of a project
Refer to the QA Contingency Plan during emergencies where the QA Engineer assigned to your team is unable to test a project when needed
Test on all browsers listed under the project's Dev Notes. If there is any uncertainty on what browsers to test, simply ask the DRI!
You can use Google Chrome.
Things to Keep in Mind
Important: Make sure you refer to the Browser Support list in the project's ‣ notes ****for a particular Client or Project (also found in Dev Notes). Sometimes the agreed-upon browsers for a particular project may be different than our standard set of browsers, so always pay attention if there are any differences for a specific project.
A Word on Mobile Devices: For mobile devices, you can just check one of each type (iOS Safari and Android Chrome) unless you run into issues that you need to cross-check. This is pertinent especially for Androids: they used to be highly variant but now are pretty standardized.
Run through tests as described in the Project Documentation in the appropriate browsers.
Ernesto (a former team member) made a really great template to use when reporting issues. Seriously, use this template. You can find the shortcodes for the template in TextExpander:
Important: You are not required to fill out the entire form if it is not needed. Fill out the sections that are pertinent to your report and delete the rest.