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I've been using Trello as part of my QA workflow for a few years now and just wanted to see if anyone else does and also a brief overview of how you use it?
For me, I make cards for new features, and utilize the checklists as a spot to divide up the test cases by OS for mobile/web and use labels to priortize both the order of testing and also the priority of any defects I come across. While I'm testing, I use the Pomello program that integrates with Trello very nicely to work in a pomodoro way so I can be sure to get the 5 min breaks every 25 mins to give my ADHD brain a break lol.
Since my day is pretty packed with meetings as well, I have a standard backlog column and a 'To Do Today' column, so I can pick 3-5 things to for sure test today for the day to feel like a success.
But yeah, I'd like to hear how other QAs make Trello work for them and maybe try on some new techniques. :)
@Scotty Venza Thanks so much for sharing how you use Trello! I'm sure you'll find other folks who are using it for this as well. Welcome to the party. 🎉
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