New stuff for testers – reproducing bugs

We’ve implemented a new exciting feature!!

Reproduction of Bugs

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If you’re able to reproduce the bug of other testers, you can submit this in the bugdetails of the bug.

  • up to 10 reproductions per bug
  • 10% of the original bug payout per reproduction (max 0,50€)
  • You can’t reproduce your own bugs (by now)
  • You can’t reproduce rejected or customer accepted bugs
  • The final payout will be triggered with the acceptance/rejection of the original bug
  • Good opportunity to earn some extra payout for fresh testers and experienced / fast testers too.

If you have questions ask them here.

We hope you like the new feature!

 

8 thoughts on “New stuff for testers – reproducing bugs”

  1. Hi! How can I know how many reproduces are there already for the defect?
    Also, when I add my reproduction, I can’t see it. Was it really added? How can I track if it was accepted?

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    1. Hi, you can reproduce as many bugs as you want. One bug can be reproduced up to 10 times for different devices.

      Regarding the transparency of accepted/rejected reproductions were still working on the interface.

      Thank you for the feedback!

      Kind regards,

      A. Niemeier

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    1. Hi,

      not directly – you can determine by the amount of environments listed in the bugs.

      We will improve that soon 🙂

      Kind regards,

      A. Niemeier

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  2. Hi.
    Is it possible that tester could see how many other testers(so far) have done their reproductions to particular bug? I will be easier to see if there are 10 reproduction.

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    1. Hi,

      Regarding the transparency of accepted/rejected reproductions were still working on the interface.

      Thank you for the feedback!

      Kind regards,

      A. Niemeier

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    1. Hi,

      Regarding the transparency of accepted/rejected reproductions were still working on the interface.

      Thank you for the feedback!

      Kind regards,

      A. Niemeier

      Like

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