Developed by LambdaTest team, the integration means you no longer have to attach your browser testing screens in email or Skype calls to share with the dev team for fixing. You can easily move your annotated screens in LambdaTest to tasks on zipBoard in a few clicks.
During browser testing sessions, many a times there are issues that the teams see specifically in a particular environment. The LambdaTest app lets teams capture screenshots of your website or web app in 2000+ real browsers or operating systems, these screenshots can then be sent directly to a project in zipBoard.
When screenshot capturing process ends in LambdaTest, you and your team can discuss the issue at hand or any design changes that need to be done by converting the screenshots into actionable tasks.
How to use zipBoard with LambdaTest app
Whether you want to see how your website looks in a different browser or OS in realtime or you want to run Visual UI tests in multiple environments and then make bug reports together, this is how you can get started:
- Sign up for LambdaTest
- Create a runtime test or visual UI test
- Integrate with zipBoard
- Capture screenshots, mark bugs and export them to zipBoard.
A new zipBoard task will be created with all the parameters set up within LambdaTest and the link to the screenshot. Once in zipBoard, you can assign these tasks to your team members, move them across phases, change priority, track status and progress along with other tasks.
If you are using LambdaTest for a real browser testing experience, or to ensure the best experience in different environments, the integration with zipBoard ensures that your team will have access to all the issues seen in different environments making your team more productive and improve the quality of your web products.
zipBoard integration with LambdaTest is your path to creating quality websites, webapps , courses for every environment possible.
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