How can I write great bug reports?
Good bug reports are the foundation of any great testing team. They are a crucial means of communicating with developers and tracking the status of a product. If written badly, a confusing bug report can cause the bug to be treated as invalid, or incomplete, and therefore not to be fixed. There is no point in investing in a long testing process if the developer is unable to reproduce the bugs, or even understand them due to poor bug reports.
Because of the crucial role that they play, a tester’s bug reports play a big role in his tester score. If you want to gain access to the highest Crowdsourced Testing tests, it is essential that you do your best to write amazing bug reports.
Here are some interesting articles on how to write good bug reports:
- Bug reports: a key element of the software testing process
- How to write a good bug report
- Bug Report Basics: Tips for Writing the Steps to Reproduce a Bug
- How to Classify Bug Severity
An important note about working with us
We are looking for talented, eloquent testers. An important part of being a good tester is being able to write good, concise and error-free bug reports.
Another quality that is required to be a good tester is curiosity.
When you send us emails like: "hi when I be able to accept projects?" you are effectively confirming that you are not eloquent and weren't curious enough to read through the articles on our website. If you'd like us to notice you and help you get started in working with us, please try to demonstrate that curiosity and eloquence are qualities that you possess.