Plutora Feature Release Notes for June 25, 2018

Features Included in the June 25, 2018 Release

Regional Release Schedule

Region Schedule
Asia-Pacific June 25, 2018
Europe June 27, 2018
Americas June 27, 2018

Functionality Enhancements

Enhancements for the Javascript Engine.

“As an administrator, I want to create custom JS scripts that run when a page loads. This means I can make Release Manager open with the grid column filters already filled in.”

Javascript Engine Enhancements

Release Calendar now shows TECR outages.

“As a Release Manager, I want to have a clear view of outages caused by TECRs so I can make decisions and adjust my Releases accordingly.”

Release Calendar TECR Outages

Date-shift bulk update for Deployment Plan Activities.

“As a Deployment Manager, I want to be able to update all my Deployment Plan Activity Planned Dates quickly.”

Deployment Plan Activity Date Shift

Plutora Analytics (which is driven by Tableau) will be released to Plutora Test customers.

“Tableau helps people see and understand data. Explore with limitless visual analytics, then share your work and enable anyone to transform data into actionable insights.”

Plutora Analytics: Plutora Test Release

  • Previously, Plutora Test used Logi for reports.
  • Now, Plutora Test will be moving to Plutora Analytics, which is driven by Tableau, the premier self-service Business Intelligence (BI) tool.
    • This Release is for the Defects and Test Plan modules. More modules will be added in the future.
    • There are four new Plutora Analytics user permissions: Reports, Analytics Manager, Analytics Admin, Analytics Analyst, and Analytics Viewer.
Screenshot and video screen-capturing and annotation tool.

“As a QA Engineer, I want the ability to capture screenshots and videos from within Plutora Test and have those files upload as attachments.”

Screenshot and Video Capture Tool

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