Sunday, 21 July 2013

Part I on Claims Testing - TweetDeck

We testers Ravisuriya and I present to you: Part one of the report on Claims testing on TweetDeck.

During this exercise we:

  • Defined the mission
  • Derived the context 
  • Set out to gather information on claims with an intent to test claims for TweetDeck
  • Plus I got introduced to Scribd

The discussion spread to testing Claims on non-software products. This exercise can be helpful in understanding and prepare the tester for Claims testing and types of Claims to be tested. 

Claims testing spreads wide and deep into any claim made by the provider to the consumer on behalf of their product's/software application's feature,performance,usability,shelf life,user-experience,maintenance,warranty and others.

Portions of the software's tested,extends to be tested for claims in the below mentioned affected areas of software and it's documentation: 

You can add to this list and if you have a Mindmap of the same do share it with us. 
  1. EULA
  2. Warranty
  3. License
  4. Trademark
  5. Policy
  6. Privacy Policy
  7. User Manual
  8. Help File
  9. History of Previous Version
  10. Marketing Claims
  11. Business Claims
  12. Problem Statement and Solution Model of product
  13. Sales Claims
  14. Consistency Claims
  15. Contractual Claims
  16. Maintenance Claims
  17. Support Claims
  18. Assumed Claims
  19. Assumed Claims -- Implicit
  20. Assumed Claims -- Desire/Wish
  21. Assumed Claims -- Change Request
  22. Strategy Claims
  23. Strategy Claims - Designing Benefit
  24. Strategy Claims - Delivering Claims
  25. Quality Assurance Claims
  26. Quality Assessment Claims
  27. Error Rate Claims
Do head straight to the Scribd link provided below to view the report on the hands on session on claims testing:

A sneak peek into Scribd here: click on the Image

If you find this interesting, you can perform Claims testing on TweetDeck or any other application that you choose and share your Test Report on your own personal space and/or share the link of the same.

Rest in the next session report. While we wait for this, do visit the chrome web store and install the TweetDeck - chrome extension from the below link.

Happy testing readers!

No comments: