Testpad reinvents test case management as simple checklists anyone can use
Testpad is for manual testing
Think of Testpad as a seriously simple Test Case Management tool. Or a spreadsheet–checklist hybrid on steroids. It's the modern pragmatic tool that's just enough and no more.
Feels like a native app
Intuitive keyboard control means you spend less time reaching for the mouse and more time improving coverage. Write hundreds of tests in minutes.
Group checklists into folders, organise with drag'n'drop. Go from release to release with ease.
A more natural way to test
Tests are one-line prompts of what to check, organised in an outline editor. It's easy to write, re-write, chop and change; perfect for keeping up with agile product development.
Perfect for Exploratory Testing
Checklists make great guides for exploratory testing. Steer testing with a high-level list of features or go as detailed as you need.
Reports that are actually useful
Track the latest progress with shareable links to comprehensive reports. See at a glance how much was tested. Email links to live progress or go old-school and leave a printout on your boss's desk.
Copy and paste direct from Excel, Word or any text file. Testpad makes it easy to edit and re-structure imported tests.
Export of scripts and results as CSV means it's easy to get your data out of Testpad for analysis in other tools. Or just for a local copy of your data for peace of mind.
Mobile and Tablet Friendly
Free up your big screen! Run tests on your nearest iPad, iPhone or smart phone. Why switch between windows when there's a spare input device on your desk?
Invite guest testers by email
Delegate testing to co-workers or invite guest testers by email. Great for ad-hoc outsourcing (or insourcing) without buying extra licences.
Links to Jira, Pivotal, GitHub...
Set issue numbers against results and click straight from reports to the issue page in any web-based tracker, whether hosted inside or outside your corporate network.
BDD/Gherkin syntax highlighting
GIVEN you like BDD testing
WHEN you use gherkin-formated descriptions
THEN they'll be syntax highlighted for easier reading
What? don't worry, you'll know if you know. Move along.
Upload screenshots, images and files
Attach images, screenshots and other files with drag'n'drop. Show what it's supposed to look like, or attach evidence to the contrary.
Only have time for a smoke test?
Use tags and filtering to easily run through just the critical tests. Come back later and do the more comprehensive test runs as time allows.
Build your own templates
Save common patterns as templates of your own. Assemble release test plans block by block with drag and drop.
Testpad is hosted on the Amazon Web Services cloud platform, with load-balancing to servers in distributed availability zones.
Testpad's databases are replicated three-ways with backups made every hour. Backups are archived on Amazon's S3 long-term storage service.