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QA Bite ::: Write a Clear and Simple Test Report

In large projects automated test reports are often not sufficient. Stake holders of the project are not familiar with the specific cases tested and the severity of the bugs found. Also, from a business perspective, it is often much better to release the software with known issues than waiting for a fix. Thus, the test report must enable the product owner to judge whether the new software version is better than the old one, what can and can’t be done with it and the implications for the User Experience.