Sauce Team: Making Testing Better for Teams of All Sizes!

July 16th, 2013 by Steven Hazel

Over the past few months, we spent a lot of time talking to Sauce users, asking how we could make life easier for their whole team. They told us they wanted a faster, easier way to find info about the mobile, JS, and Selenium tests that failed in recent builds, and tools to more effectively track usage across their teams and organizations.

In response, we’ve cooked up Sauce Team, a set of features designed to make collaborating around Sauce easy and useful.

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Our completely redesigned account dashboard and test results page give you better insight into the status of your team’s tests and builds, so you can debug faster than ever before. We made Sauce Team to help all users, but we find it particularly helpful for companies running lots of tests across multiple builds as part of a CI system.

Here’s what’s new with Sauce Team:

Account Dashboard

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The new account dashboard makes it simple to check your minutes, and update account and billing info.

Our previous account menu was becoming cluttered, so the in the new design we focused on grouping functionality into sensible categories, and keeping this menu succinct and helpful.

Test Results

Test results are now organized by build, with the failed tests displaying first in the list of results. This simplifies finding the tests that matter the most, and provides a better way to dig through a few recent builds to find the one you’re investigating.

User Management

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We designed a new “team page” to make it even easier to add and manage user within your team, and check the usage for each account. The page loads quickly and displays usage data in a clear and easily digestible format.

We’ll be slowly rolling out the ability to opt-in to this new design over the next few days, and making sure it’s working great for everyone before we remove the old design. As time goes on we’ll continue to improve our support for teams doing testing with Sauce. This first release of Sauce Team represents a new direction, and a major upgrade to the Sauce experience.

New to Sauce? You can sign up here. Once you’ve signed up, look out for a notification on your account page to opt-in to the new design!

We hope Sauce Team makes test diagnosis and collaboration easier for your team. Enjoy, and happy testing!

Comments (You may use the <code> or <pre> tags in your comment)

  1. Verdi R-D says:

    Where do we sign up? :)

  2. lauren nguyen says:

    Sign up for any Sauce account, and when you sign in you will be able to see the Team features in your dashboard!

  3. Neha says:

    We should be able to see these Team features on our existing sauce account?

  4. Steven Hazel says:

    We’re rolling out the option to try it over the next couple days. After you log in, check your account page for a notification about it. If it’s not there yet, check back soon!

  5. Mike Grace says:

    This is great! Looking forward to throwing this up on our office dashboard TV to keep the rest of the team up to date on the latest.

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  7. Hey Sauce team!
    Good stuff! I’ll suggest this to the team I’m currently freelancing with. We are 4 developers so the team feature will definitely be useful for us.
    All the best from Berlin!
    Timon

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