Quick Start tab
The Quick Start tab, which appears when you open TestArchitect Client, and remains available until you close it, offers quick access to some of the most common features of the client, along with helpful information.
Among other things, Quick Start lets you conveniently connect to a repository, create a new project, record actions, and open step-by-step tutorials.
This tab consists of four separate sections:
Basic functions: Primarily intended to allow new users to become acquainted with TestArchitect’s most essential tools.
Connect to a repository
Brings up the Add Repository Connection dialog box, which allows you to connect to a repository, an essential first step in creating a project or working on one. (Learn more.)
Create a new project
Assists you in creating a new project in the currently selected repository. (Learn more.)
Record a new test module
Deploys the Action Recorder, a means by which you can write a new action by having TestArchitect record your interactions with the AUT, with little or no typing required. (Learn more.)
From TestArchitect 8.5 Update 2 onward, WebRecorder is supported. WebRecorder will automatically generate action lines and locators and send them directly to your test in real-time. (Learn more.)
Identify an element
Allows you to rapidly identify a UI object of an application of interest, similar to clicking the Identify button on toolbar menu. (Learn more.)
Launches the TestArchitect Dashboard, a web–based application that connects directly to a TestArchitect repository server and displays project results from the current repository. (Learn more.)
Quick Tour: A high-level workflow to guide new users on steps to create automation tests. Click here for more information.
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TestArchitect Online Help
TestArchitect Docs is available in both desktop and web-based versions. You can use them to find the information you need
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