Course 2: Product Overview
Learn all the details of the Product Overview in the Applause platform.
The Product Overview aims to provide high-level information on your product, as well as the results collected on your latest builds. Up to 10 builds will be available on a page and a paging option will be available at the bottom of the page if needed.
Note: The builds are sorted based on their creation date, from the newest to the oldest, allowing you to concentrate on more recent results and trends.
Number of active components
Number of test cycles previously activated
Bug Tracking System (BTS) integration
You can review and edit the complete details of your product’s settings by clicking “See more details”.
Date when the last issue was submitted
Number of test cycles previously activated for the build (this also includes cycles where the build was tested only part of the duration)
Number of active test cycles currently testing the build
Submitted - This count includes all collected issues, except those discarded or disputed
Approved - A member of your Applause management team or a user from your team triages the submitted issues and approves or rejects them. This count includes all approved issues, except those marked as “Won’t Fix"
Exported - Approved issues may be exported to your Bug Tracking System (BTS) either manually or through the integration. This count includes all issues set with a BTS ID, except those marked as “Won’t Fix”
This section provides an overview of the collected issues. The total number of issues is displayed across different phases.
Not Fixed - Fixing the issue is yet completed or verification for the fix had failed
Fixed Not Verified - The issue is marked as fixed by the engineering team, however verification for the fix has not yet started/completed
Fixed and Verified - The issue was provided a fix by the engineering team and the Applause community was able to successfully verify it
Severity - Set by the tester when submitting the issue and re-confirmed during triage
Value - Set by the user approving the issue during triage
Priority (where applicable) - Set in their Bug Tracking System
By default this is presented for the Approved issue – click the other issue life cycle phases to view the internal Severity/Value/Priority distribution for them.
Note: Hiding some of these metrics is possible – contact your Applause team if needed.
In case there are some issues still pending triage, this will be indicated. You should complete triage in a timely manner so you can treat the results displayed more reliably (also it increases the Confidence Level for AQS).