The Bug That Never Got Reported

Posted Nov 3rd, 2021

Webinar Date: Nov 3rd, 2021

In this webinar, Sauce Labs mobile testing experts discuss strategies for successful mobile app beta testing and provide tips for releasing better mobile apps in shorter development cycles.

Some of you might have faced this situation. A critical bug made it through to your end-users, and when it explodes on social media, your paying customers start abandoning your mobile app. You feel like the sky is falling! Too late, you discover that this happened because an internal user failed to report the bug.

When application performance and stability can make or break your business, how can you prevent critical bugs from reaching your end-users? Well, this is where mobile app beta testing can provide tremendous value!

During this webinar, Wim Selles, Sauce Labs Senior Solutions Architect and mobile automation expert, and Yair Bar-On, Sauce Labs Director of Product for TestFairy, share best practices on how to prevent bugs from going unreported during beta testing. They discuss key testing strategies and provide tips on how you can release better mobile apps in shorter development cycles, with controlled beta app distribution, robust in-app bug feedback, and a range of capabilities.

Learn how to:

  • Find the right audience to beta test your mobile apps and effectively manage feedback cycles

  • Encourage your beta testing audience to report bugs and get the most value out of the bug reports generated

  • Optimize your mobile beta testing processes with a live demo of TestFairy, the Sauce Labs mobile beta testing solution

About our speakers

Wim Selles

Wim Selles

Sr. Solutions Architect

Wim helps solve automation challenges by day—and practices his passion for front-end test automation at night. Wim enjoys creating his own node.js modules and contributing to open source projects. Learn more about Wim.

Yair Bar-On

Yair Bar-On

Director of Product, TestFairy

Yair Bar-On is the Director of Product for TestFairy at Sauce Labs. He started his career as a QA engineer, moved to R&D and from there to product and marketing. Yair co-founded TestFairy in 2013 and joined Sauce Labs in March 2021.