Step 1: Create Project

A Project is defined as an Application that will be supported.

About Accounts:

  • One Account per Team / Company.

    • Each Account can support multiple Projects.

    • Larger organizations can have multiple Accounts based on sub-divisions.

About Projects

  • Each Project represents an Application that will be Tested against.

    • For example, a Frontend Application, etc.

  • Each Project can have multiple Test-suites supported and optimized.

    • Multiple Repositories can be connected to each Project for Coverage.

Role-based Access

Before the following, add new team members to your Team's Account in the top right-hand corner under "User Admin". This will send each newly added member an Email Invite to access the Instance. This can be done later at any time.

  • Owners created the Project.

  • Admins have editing right to each Project they are assigned.

  • Users only have viewing rights to a specific project to which they are granted access.

To add team members to each project after they've gained access to the account via email invite, for a select Project, click on the right hand column UI page "Users", to add team members to that Project.

Create a Project flow:

  1. Click on "Create a Project" in the Summary Page

  1. Pop up window will ask for Project details:

    • Name of application that will be supported.

    • Test suite framework that will be supported.

      • For example, Cypress, Playwright, Selenium, etc.

  1. Once Complete, a Green Popup should appear in right hand corner of screen Confirming the new Project was Created.

  1. Next Pop up window will allow you to add your team memberes to the Project. You can also Skip this step and do later under "User Admin" on top right corner.

    1. Note: You cannot add a New Member here until that New User has been added into the Account by the User Admin.

You can add new Users to created projects at a later day easily once they've accepted the email invite to be added to the Account. For detail, see User Admin.

Select Repository Connection Type

  1. With "Script" selected and underlined, click SAVE to confirm

Unless directed by the Appsurify Team, select "SCRIPT" as the Repository Connection type.

NOTE: Important to Click the SAVE button to designate the Repository Connection Type.

  1. Click through next Pop ups and Finish

Great work! You've set up your Project - now it's time to Connect your Repository!

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