Here, we shall explain the basic usage of the MagicPod mobile app test version.
Creating an account
First, access app.magicpod.com/home/ using Chrome.
This will take you to the "MagicPod home" page. Click the "Sign up"
You will transit to the new user registration page shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1 New user registration page
On this page, enter Company name, Name, Work Email, MagicPod user name, and Password. Then, click the "Sign Up" button to complete registration. (If you are registering for the first time within your company, set Purpose of the registration to "To create a new organization and request a free trial.")
When you register as a user, you will be sent a confirmation e-mail with the title “Please Confirm Your E-mail Address”. Click the link in the e-mail to complete authentication.
- Each member of your team should complete user registration according to this procedure.
Creating organization, project, and test case
Once you register as a user, you will be taken to the initial environment setup page (Figure 2), to create an “Organization”, “Project”, and “Test case”.
Figure 2 Initial environment setup page
- Create the “Organization” in units of one organization per company.
- Create the “Project” in units of one project per app. (In case of an iOS app and Android app, create one project respectively for each. For a WebView app, this can be used as a shared project.)
- For the “Test case”, specify the test case to be created first.
If you specify the above three and click the “Create” button, the organization, project and test case will be created. (Figure 3)
Figure 3 Initial created environment
If you want to add members, invite members to be added, in accordance with the How to add members to the organization and project.
How to create a test
By using the MagicPod Cloud iOS simulator/Android simulator, you can create and run a test on the Cloud. Further, by using element detection mode, you can create a test intuitively in real time. Refer to the following video for the relevant procedure.
(Details on element detection mode are explained in Creating real-time simple tests)