A Guide to the Website Users Acceptance Testing (UAT)

What is the reason I should take part in UAT?

Utilization of websites

Content

Familiarity

What details should I include when I am sharing UAT feedback?

The URL

Screenshots

The device or browser

Recreate the steps

Step-by-step instructions for UAT:

Review your website’s analytics

Assemble your team

Divide the site into three parts.

Take the snags and collate them

Conclusion

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

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Serena Gray

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

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