Our Screenshot Scheduler Goes Live On Product Hunt Community
LambdaTest Updates •
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Howdy testers? We are excited to be featured on the Product Hunt community with our latest feature called Screenshot Scheduler which would help you keep UI anomalies away from your website or web application. Wondering how?
Well, all you need to do is schedule your automated screenshot testing once and you will get the results directly in your mailbox every time the scheduled test cases are executed. That way, you can monitor your web-application across 2000+ real browsers for both mobile and desktop, at regular intervals even without logging into our cross browser testing cloud. All the screenshots would be generated automatically, all you need to do is just schedule them once!!
Test Scheduler For Automated Screenshot Testing
LambdaTest offers automated screenshot testing functionality that allows you to capture numerous full-page screenshots of your website over different browsers, automatically. You can capture screenshots of your website up to 25 combinations of browsers + OS. And now, you can even schedule these automated screenshot tests.
All you need to do is log in to LambdaTest and visit Screenshot testing to select the frequency and date, day, and time on which you want your screenshot tests to run and we’ll do the rest. You’ll get your screenshot test results directly in your mailbox!
Note: The time mentioned in the dropdown is according to GMT(Greenwich Mean Time).
What Do You Think?
So, what do you think about our latest feature of Screenshot Scheduler? Do you think it is going to help accelerate your cross browser testing productivity or do you think we could have done better?
Please share your honest feedback with us. We consider it to be of the highest value. We look forward to seeing you on Product Hunt. Ciao!!
Written by Harshit Paul
Harshit works as a product growth specialist at LambdaTest. He is also an experienced IT professional, who loves to share his thoughts about the latest tech trends as an enthusiast tech blogger.