Providing QA to Engineers
by Jérémy Rouet
The provision of QA to Engineers can be termed as a work in progress. There is always the back and forth consultation while working on the same product. The communication part is very crucial to achieve quality assurance.
Engineers and developers require constant communication to eliminate gaps. The whole process of product quality assurance(QA) needs communication at every step. Losing contact between engineers and developers is not an option. However, at times this may become impossible, especially when using calls or email with videos. While using calls and emails, you may forget an important detail that could hinder efficiency.
Using Weet for Quality Assurance
Weet is highly recommended as a remote collaboration tool. Using Weet asynchronous communication, participants can easily follow through a conversation. There is also the screen recording tool that enables one to record their screen and share feedback. Using Weet fills the communication gap between developers and engineers. Here are features available on Weet:
A Systematic Arrangement of Video Messages
While doing QA routine rounds, Weet makes it easy to record videos and leave a description. The purpose of videos and labeling is to best describe the error spotted or task at hand. Weet also enables one to create folders systematically with titles and descriptions. The engineering teams can easily walk through each video. This makes it easy to solve a problem, and work is more organized.
An Enriched Way to Share Screens and Descriptions
Sharing of information becomes more challenging for engineers when using screenshots. While other screenshots capture the problem well, the description may be wrongly placed. There are also incidences when you need more than one screenshot to describe an issue.
This makes the engineering teams work hectic, figuring out the perfect flow. Screenshots also do not necessarily capture the error in high definition. At times linking screenshots wrongly confuses the whole team.
The use of Weet videos makes it easier to provide QA to products. Weet eliminates the need to share several screenshots and descriptions and reduces back and forth communication. By using the screen recorder tool, you can easily create screenshares in Weet. Weet videos provide a systematic flow making it easy for the engineering team to follow through. The engineering team will also find it easy to provide QA.
Weet Enhances Clarity
To efficiently test a product, you need to have a full understanding of the product. It should not be a case of trying to connect the dots. By the use of Weet videos, there is more clarity. Your engineering team can follow through every step without the need to ask for an explanation.
Communication is a vital tool for any QA engineer. Having efficient direct communication between engineers and the product technical team is critical. Communication failure at any point may hinder the delivery of QA. Weet introduces an effective way to keep the communication flow going.
The use of Weet videos provides an accurate description of every step. The engineering team can also receive replies through audio, video or text. This makes responses much clearer and understandable.
Driving for Results
Providing QA is not a matter of only spotting the bugs. A reliable QA engineer needs to provide a solution. To drive for results, the engineer needs a tool that efficiently captures everything. After receiving the correct information from the development team, it becomes easy to take the next action course.
Weet drives for results by ensuring QA engineers receive valuable information that will help spot any bugs.
QA is quite essential to the engineering team. For an adequate response, the engineering team needs a tool that efficiently broadcasts the right information quickly.