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Team Management

Activity management

  1. Activity summary

    Access the ‘Activity’ tab to get the full information about the following:

    1. current and previous testing sessions;
    2. recent users activity;
    3. reported issues;
    4. reported crashes;
    5. uploaded builds

    You can also find the ‘Recent activity’ option there. Please click on ‘History’ to receive more results.

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  2. Testing session feed

    If you need to check the testing sessions, select the ‘Feed’ tab. The feeds represent the ‘device – member – build’ joint. That means one feed includes all the testing sessions for one build performed from a concrete device by a particular member.

    Click on the required line to get the detailed info.

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    Check the general info at the ‘Summary’ page:

    1. number of reported issues and crashes;
    2. active testing time;
    3. tester’s name;
    4. device status;
    5. device info;
    6. activity stream.

    To check the details of the particular session, click on the selected session under the Activity Stream.

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  3. Recent activity / History

    In order to track the recent activity that is taking place in your project please navigate to the Activity section. All the actions performed by the project members are shown under ‘Recent activity’ there.

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    The ‘Recent activity’ option is accessible for all the project members, however the type of information provided there depends on the member’s role.

    QAs and Developers receive the following information:

    1. build is uploaded by member;
    2. build is started by member;
    3. Member started testing a build;
    4. Issue is reported by member;
    5. Crash is reported by member.

    Besides this information, Managers, Admins and Owner receive the following:

    1. Member has invited somebody to the project;
    2. Member added somebody as a QA/Developer/Manager to the project;
    3. Member has accepted the invitation.

    Click on the ‘History’ tab or scroll down the page and click the ‘Show more’ link to get more results. Here you can filter the results by Issues, Crashes, builds and members.

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  4. Testing information by member

    In the ‘Members’ tab you can check the activities of a particular member. The following information is available:

    1. number of reported crashes;
    2. number of reported issues;
    3. number of installs;
    4. number of testing sessions.

    Click the ‘Team members’ link to list the members in an alphabetical order.

    Click the ‘Role’ link to have the members sorted in groups by ‘Managers’, ‘Admin’, ‘Developer’, ‘QA’.

    Click the ‘Issues’/’Crashes’/’Installs’ link to sort the members by max or minimum number of installs or reported issues and crashes.

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  5. Testing information by device

    In the ‘Device’ tab you can check the activity on the particular device. The following information is available:

    1. device name and iOS version;
    2. issue/crash reporter;
    3. number of installs;
    4. number of reported issues;
    5. number of reported crashes;
    6. number of testing sessions.
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    Click on ‘Device’ to list the devices in an alphabetical order.

    Click on ‘OS’ to sort the devices by increasing/decreasing OS version.

    Click ‘Issues’/’Crashes’/’Sessions’ to sort the devices by max or minimum number of performed sessions or reported from this device.

Distribution groups

  1. Create a distribution group

    Distribution groups allow you to organize all the members you’ve added to your project in groups in order to manage them efficiently. The range of distribution groups can include internal QAs, hired QAs, testers, developers, beta users, different focus groups etc.

    To create a new distribution group do the following simple steps:

    1. Go to your Project Administration panel (Organization -> Project -> Administration tab);
    2. Choose the Distribution Groups tab;
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    4. Press ‘Add Distribution Group’;
    5. Enter a title and a description for your new group;
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    7. Mark the team members you want to add;
    8. Press ‘Create Distribution Group’.

    Default distribution group is a group whose members are granted access for the new builds automatically.

    To make the group a default one, please mark the ‘Default group’ option while creating or editing it.

  2. Delete a distribution group

    To remove an outdated distribution group perform the following steps:

    1. Go to your Project Administration panel (Organization -> Project -> Administration tab);
    2. Choose the Distribution Groups tab;
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    4. Click on the required distribution group;
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    6. Click on the red button ‘Delete Distribution Group’.
  3. Add/remove members to/from a distribution group

    1. Go to your Project Administration panel (Organization -> Project -> Administration tab);
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    3. Choose the Distribution Groups tab;
    4. Click on the required distribution group;
    5. Mark/Unmark the team members;
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    7. Click on ‘Save Distribution Group’.

Project / Organization members

  1. Add members to a project

    To start working on a project you need to invite your team. The number of members that can be added depends on your billing plan.
    1. From Project settings Go to the “Projects” and select the required one.
    2. Navigate to the “Administration” tab and click “Add Members”.
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    4. You are required to add the following details:

      1. Email address of the new member – you can enter the email address manually or import the contact from CSV file;
      2. Message – type the message to the new member which will be sent to him or just leave it empty;
      3. Role – grant a role for the new member; it can be either a QA role, Developer role or Manager. Each role has different rights;
      4. Select the distribution group (optional). It can be one group or multiple ones.
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    5. Click on ‘Add Project Team Members’.
  2. Add members to an organization

    To start working with Ubertesters platform, you are required to add the members to your organization.

    1. Click on your avatar in the top-right corner and select ‘Manage organization’.
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    3. Navigate to the ‘Members’ tab.
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      Click on ‘Add members’ button. It is required to add the following details:

      1. email address of the new member – you can enter the email address manually or import the contact from the CSV file;
      2. message – type the message to the new member which will be sent to him or just leave it empty;
      3. role – grant a role to the new member; it can be an Admin or a Member role. Each role has different rights;
      4. select the distribution group (optional); it can be one group or multiple ones.
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    5. Click on ‘Add Members’.

    This option is available for organization’s owner and admin only.

    Please note that you are required to add the members to the project in addition to adding them to the organization.
  3. Difference between members roles

    1. Organization level:

    Owner is the person who created the organization. He has an access to all the Ubertesters functionality.

    The owner has the right to:

    1. Create/remove the projects;
    2. Access payments/invoices, manage billing;
    3. Invite/delete organization members;
    4. Add users to the organization and project as Admins or Members.

    Admin is an organization member who has the same rights as the account owner. The only exception is that the admin cannot remove an account owner from the account.

    Member is an organization user who has no access to billing and do not have right to delete the organization or its members.

    1. Project level:

    On the project level both the admins and members can be granted the following roles:

    Project Manager – has the same rights as an Admin, but on the project level. He has the right to:

    1. Invite users to the project;
    2. Grant them a permission to access the build;
    3. Access the Administration section.

    QA, Developer – do not have access to the Administration section. They can neither add new members nor check the member’s list.

    Beta tester – is a project member whose access to the project is limited to reporting feedback. On the mobile device, he can only report feedback.

    Usually this role is granted to the external testers, beta testers or other members who should not have access to project details or resources.

  4. Change the organization member role

    You can easily change the organization member’s role any time you need. For this purpose, please do the following:

    1. Click on your avatar at the top of the page.
    2. Access the ‘Manage organizations’ tab in the drop-down menu, select the ‘Members’ tab.
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    4. Click on the selected member.
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    6. Select the role and click on the ‘Member’ or ‘Admin’ button. The role will be updated immediately.
    This option is available for the owner and admins beginning from Start Up plan.
  5. Change the project member role

    1. Navigate to the ‘Projects’ to get the project list.
    2. Click on your project.
    3. Access the ‘Administration’ tab, the ‘Team’ section.
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    5. Click on the selected the member.
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    7. Select the role – ‘QA’, ‘Developer’ or ‘Manager’ and click on it. The role will be updated immediately.
    This option is only available for managers. ‘Manager’ role can be granted beginning from the ‘Start Up’ plan.

FAQ

Where can I check if the member has accepted the invitation?

You can check if the member has accepted the invitation to join your organization in the following way:

    1. Click on your avatar.
    2. Select the ‘Manage organizations’ tab.
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  1. Access the ‘Members’ section.

If the member has accepted the invitation, he will be listed in the member’s list.

If the user has not joined the organization yet, you’ll notice the ‘Resend invitation’ message next to his name.

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This option is available for organization’s owner and admins only.

Where can I check a project members' list and other organization members?

To check the list of project members and the members you have not included to the particular project, please do the following:

    1. Access the ‘Administration’ section.
    2. Navigate to the ‘Team’ tab.
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  1. The following tabs are available:
    1. Project Members – here you can check the list of all the members who have accepted the invitation.
    2. Non-Joined – here you can find the list of users who have not yet accepted the invitation and have not registered on the Ubertesters system.
    3. Other organization members – here you can check the list of organization members, who are not included in this particular project.