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Mark as a Bug

How to mark a bug in Real time testing?

Step 1: While running real time test, click on the camera icon on the left panel if you want to mark a bug.

Mark as a Bug

Step 2: Once you click on that, a pop-up will appear on your screen where you can use the editor tool to mark, draw, or write on your image while pushing it to a bug tracker tool.

Mark as a Bug

Step 3: After doing all the necessary editings, click on mark as a bug. If you have already integrated to some bug management tool then you’ll get a popup to mark it in that tool, else by default, it will mark the bug in the inbuilt issue tracker of LambdaTest. You can learn more on integrations here.

Mark as a Bug

Step 4: If you have integrated your account with JIRA, you’ll get a popup for JIRA and you can select the basic details like Project, Assignee, Priority, etc and select ‘Create Bug’ and the bug will be marked directly to JIRA.

Mark as a Bug

Step 5: If you have integrated your account with Asana, you’ll get a popup for Asana and you have to select some basic options like workspace, project, assignee and select ‘Create Bug’ and the bug will be marked directly to your asana board.

Mark as a Bug

Step 6: If you have integrated your account with Trello, you’ll get a popup for Trello and you have to select some basic options like board, list, assignee and select ‘Create Bug’ and the bug will be marked directly to your Trello board.

Mark as a Bug

Step 7: If you have integrated your account with GitHub, you’ll get a popup for GitHub and you have to select some basic options like repo, label, assignee and select ‘Create Bug’ and the bug will be marked directly to your GitHub repository.

Mark as a Bug

How to mark a bug in Screenshot Testing?

Step 1:While running a screenshot test, if you want to mark as a bug just click on the screenshot in which you want to mark a bug.

Mark as a Bug

Step 2:Once you click on the image, a pop-up will appear on your screen where you can use the editor tool to mark, draw, or write on your image while pushing it to a bug tracker tool.

Mark as a Bug

Step 3: After doing all the necessary editings, click on mark as a bug. If you have already integrated to some bug management tool then you’ll get a popup to mark it in that tool, else by default, it will mark the bug in the inbuilt issue tracker of LambdaTest. You can learn more on integrations here.

Mark as a Bug

Step 4: If you have integrated your account with JIRA, you’ll get a popup for JIRA and you can select the basic details like Project, Assignee, Priority, etc and select ‘Create Bug’ and the bug will be marked directly to JIRA.

Mark as a Bug

Step 5: If you have integrated your account with Asana, you’ll get a popup for Asana and you have to select some basic options like workspace, project, assignee and select ‘Create Bug’ and the bug will be market directly to your asana board.

Mark as a Bug

Step 6: If you have integrated your account with Trello, you’ll get a popup for Trello and you have to select some basic options like board, list, assignee and select ‘Create Bug’ and the bug will be market directly to your Trello board.

Mark as a Bug

Step 7: If you have integrated your account with GitHub, you’ll get a popup for GitHub and you have to select some basic options like repo, label, assignee and select ‘Create Bug’ and the bug will be marked directly to your GitHub repository.

Mark as a Bug

How to mark a bug in Responsive Testing?

Step 1:After running a responsive test, if you want to mark a bug in any of the device’s screenshot just click on the camera icon above that device.

Mark as a Bug

Step 2:Once you click on the image, a pop-up will appear on your screen where you can use the editor tool to mark, draw, or write on your image while pushing it to a bug tracker tool.

Mark as a Bug

Step 3: After doing all the necessary editings, click on mark as a bug. If you have already integrated to some bug management tool then you’ll get a popup to mark it in that tool, else by default, it will mark the bug in the inbuilt issue tracker of LambdaTest. You can learn more on integrations here.

Mark as a Bug

Step 4: If you have integrated your account with JIRA, you’ll get a popup for JIRA and you can select the basic details like Project, Assignee, Priority, etc and select ‘Create Bug’ and the bug will be marked directly to JIRA.

Mark as a Bug

Step 5: If you have integrated your account with Asana, you’ll get a popup for Asana and you have to select some basic options like workspace, project, assignee and select ‘Create Bug’ and the bug will be market directly to your asana board.

Mark as a Bug

Step 6: If you have integrated your account with Trello, you’ll get a popup for Trello and you have to select some basic options like board, list, assignee and select ‘Create Bug’ and the bug will be market directly to your Trello board.

Mark as a Bug

Step 7: If you have integrated your account with GitHub, you’ll get a popup for GitHub and you have to select some basic options like repo, label, assignee and select ‘Create Bug’ and the bug will be marked directly to your GitHub repository.

Mark as a Bug

How to mark a bug in Smart Visual UI Testing?

Step 1: After running a Smart UI test, click on view issues to see the grouped issues image. On that image click on Mark as a bug.

Mark as a Bug

Mark as a Bug

Step 2:Once you click on that, a pop-up will appear on your screen where you can use the editor tool to mark, draw, or write on your image while pushing it to a bug tracker tool.

Mark as a Bug

Step 3: After doing all the necessary editings, click on mark as a bug. If you have already integrated to some bug management tool then you’ll get a popup to mark it in that tool, else by default, it will mark the bug in the inbuilt issue tracker of LambdaTest. You can learn more on integrations here.

Mark as a Bug

Step 4: If you have integrated your account with JIRA, you’ll get a popup for JIRA and you can select the basic details like Project, Assignee, Priority, etc and select ‘Create Bug’ and the bug will be marked directly to JIRA.

Mark as a Bug

Step 5: If you have integrated your account with Asana, you’ll get a popup for Asana and you have to select some basic options like workspace, project, assignee and select ‘Create Bug’ and the bug will be market directly to your asana board.

Mark as a Bug

Step 6: If you have integrated your account with Trello, you’ll get a popup for Trello and you have to select some basic options like board, list, assignee and select ‘Create Bug’ and the bug will be market directly to your Trello board.

Mark as a Bug

Step 7: If you have integrated your account with GitHub, you’ll get a popup for GitHub and you have to select some basic options like repo, label, assignee and select ‘Create Bug’ and the bug will be marked directly to your GitHub repository.

Mark as a Bug

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