This month we reviewed a number of fixes and some enhancements that have been implemented since April’s Lunch’n’Learn.
The tip of the month was about how to reduce the work involved in Test Script building and maintenance in TransIT.
The best practice recommendation was reviewing the use of Categorizes to sort your content in TransIT.


This month we reviewed a large number of fixes and some enhancements that have been implemented since March’s Lunch’n’Learn.
The tip of the month was about how to utilize your customized column options to display your content in TransIT.
The best practice recommendation was reviewing Workflow imports into TransIT.


This month we reviewed a large number of enhancements and some fixes that have been implemented since TransIT 7 went live.
The tip of the month was about how to create and use Modules, Plans, Scripts & Workflow categories and how TransIT honors sequencing with your content and drop down menus.
The best practice recommendation of the month was about how to set up an archive project and use this project to store your content templates and most frequently used content.


This month we introduce Workflows and reviewed a large number of enhancements and some fixes that have been implemented since TransIT 7 went live.
The tip of the month was about how to use the find and replace feature when looking for specific words and phrases in your content when editing Modules or Scripts in TransIT.
The bonus tip of the month was about how to refresh your browser and what to do when you see “No results” in your content searches.


This month we reviewed a large number of enhancements and some fixes that have been implemented since TransIT 7 went live.
The tip of the month was about how to find the applications associated to a specific vendor when creating Modules or Scripts in TransIT.
The bonus tip of the month was about how to add script Header Details using the look up and about using the red bars in Scripts to identify Header Details that do not have a value.


In our first VUG since the release of TransIT 7 we reviewed questions that have come in to the Support Desk since go-live, reviewed updates since go-live, showed the new color-coding in the Script Steps page to highlight steps requiring attention, and showed how to create a custom reference list for use in Plans. The tip of the month was that you can automatically add Header fields to your script by putting [ ] around anything.


In today’s session with discuss some name changes in TransIT 7 as well as the naming convention for TransIT content. Users were asked to vote on whether they want MAKE to keep the existing naming, move to one that is more sentence like, or suggest a third alternative. We reviewed additional fields that will be added to issues to assist with assigning the priority, based on the impact and severity of an issue. We also showed of how we are using TransIT AI to assist with the automatic naming of Modules when they are created from Scripts that have been loaded into TransIT. We also showed our new “find and replace” and our new Test Steps page.


Today marked the inaugural session for TransIT 7. During this session, we delved into the significant improvements, conducted a live demonstration, and engaged in conversations about upcoming training sessions, the scheduling of which remains to be determined in anticipation of the release date.


In this month’s session we discussed the improvements in your ability to search MAKE’s Global content and also reviewed further improvements to TransIT Plans Custom Columns.
We announced that TransIT 7 would be released shortly.
The tips of the month were to remember when you are exporting to Excel to switch to Page Size All first and when you add or remove a new column with the %driver indicator on, remember to update the % on each of the activities that is already in progress.


In this month’s VUG we showed the latest changes for Testing, Plans and Issues.

The tip of the month was a reminder about the View All icon that is available on several different changes and allows you to remove filtering with a single click.