The software testing checklist is used to categorize tasks by skill level, maintain accountability and collect test results.
A checklist is a list of steps or a list of functionalities allowing the tester to make sure the application is working correctly.
The test checklist must include the following points:
Checklists are based on the Software Requirements Specification (SRS). A set of tests is determined according to a few basic rules:
The checklist does not require details of the entered values. To some extent, a checklist can be considered ideas for test cases or their titles.
Usually, a checklist is a two-column table. The first column includes the tested factor and the second one – does the system have it or not. For example, we want to create a checklist for a kettle:
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