A Guide for User Acceptance Testing

What’s User Acceptance Testing (UAT)?

This method of testing is thought of as the final phase in the development cycle. End users are involved in testing this beta edition of software in real-time and provide valuable feedback. The testing is carried out in a separate test environment in which real users are involved in testing the product.

The necessity of conducting UAT:

Testing for user acceptance is conducted following the successful completion of the unit, system, and integration tests. Prior to UAT the team of developers and testers have worked hard and created the product based on requirements and functional specifications documents, with assistance from project directors and team members. However, the final product is created for the user or client, and it is essential to engage end-users and users to test the product prior to launching it on the market.

The following are the requirements to conduct user acceptance tests:

The proper business requirements should be in place

Here are the six steps required in the UAT process:

1. Identifying and developing test scenarios is among the primary tasks of UAT. The tests are derived from flow diagrams of processes and business use cases. project charters, System Requirements Specifications (SRS) as well as the Business Requirements Documents (BRD).



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Serena Gray

Serena Gray


I work as a Senior Testing Specialist at TestingXperts. I am a testing professional accustomed to working in a complex, project-based environment.