This month’s meetings included fixes and new functionality added since February including: Increased the size of the field that contains the Scenario Name and Scenario Patient Name on the Test Steps page to make it more readable; Fixed display issue when scrolling through large amounts of data in the Test Steps and Test Header page; Updating the Issue status no longer updates the Test Step status back to “Issue”; When you run the Built Audit on a test script and click the red caution icon inside the Scenario Steps page, it takes you to the first step missing a position. If you click it twice more, it will advance to the next step with a blank position; Reported by information is now displayed in the Test Report

Additionally we reviewed Custom Columns functionality in TransIT Plans.

The tip of the month was to try to avoid the use of special characters in Scenario Names, and Section Names inside test scripts they can cause scripts to not display appropriately in the browser.


In this month’s Lunch’n’Learn we reviewed the unique way that TransIT handles interface transactions.

The tip of the month was about ensuring the full URL is showing in the Address bar if you want to create a link to a filtered issue list.


In this month’s lunch’n’learn we discussed fixes for: retaining Task page search criteria; retaining the filter to inactive Plans on the Plans page; removing a Scenario from a Test Round; and ensuring new entries to the Type, Category and Group are available for selection in the Filter of a Plan.
We discussed the enhancement to allow for the selection of 2 fields to show in the Header column on the Test Dashboard.
Tips included: steps to take to remove an in-process Scenario from a Test Round; and how to manually send a notification for a Test Step.


This month’s session was focused on how to create Spreadsheet plans and use Custom Columns in those plans. We also reviewed updates to TransIT since the October VUG meeting. The tip of the month was to remember if you are making a plan to use over and over again, you must customize the columns in the new plan before pasting in the rows from the original plan.


This month’s session was focused on updates to TransIT since the September VUG meeting. The tip of the month was about dates and times being stored in UTC inside TransIT and the impact this has when creating Activities or Events in Plans


This month’s session was focused on how to create test scripts in TransIT. The tip of the month was also on the recommended approach to taking your existing spreadsheet-based test scripts and turning them into scripts that are effective and easy to maintain.


In this months’ session we reviewed a few new features and functions added since the last meeting in June. The tip of the month was a reminder to start each day of testing by filtering to your own personal Position Dashboard view. If you are already due up in a step a the beginning of the day, you won’t be notified.


In this months’ session we reviewed a few new features and functions added since the last meeting in April. The tip of the month was a reminder that Admins can update the roles Users play in testing from a right-click option on the User record.


In this months’ session we reviewed a few new features and functions and demonstrated how to set interface transactions during testing. The tip of the month was about not using special characters in Positions or Task names.


In this months session we reviewed new features and functions including: Merge; new ways to send notifications for Notes, Issues and from the Users page; automatically creating [Details] and [Scenario Header Details] from the Paste from Clipboard; multi-assigning positions from the Roster; and several others. Tip of the month around correcting steps in a test script once accessed from the Test Report.