Shows all the test that have been run or are in the process of being run.
Provides details on the individual run (group of tests) and details. Selecting any row will advance you to the Run Summary page

The following information is detailed on the Run Summary page

  • Status
  • Run Name
  • Platforms
  • Filters
  • Start time
  • Duration
  • Test Breakdown
  • Failure Categorization


  • Red X: Failed. A test failed on at least one platform and requires additional attention
  • Green check: Passed. All steps on all platforms passed
  • Skull & Crossbones: Aborted. Test was stopped prior to its completion. For runs that are in process: an ABORT button will be available. This will STOP the run.
  • Orange circle with line through it: No results - the test didn't run due to an error / issue, disabled or stopped prior to tests being started.

Run Name The name of the run group.
A run group can have multiple tests associated with it.

Platforms The platform(s) that the run group were executed against. The run group will run tests on each platform selected (browser / device).
Can toggle between Platforms / Filters

Filters Any filters associated with the run.
Can toggle between Filters / Platforms

Start Time The date and time the run started.
Can toggle between Start Time / Duration

Duration The time it took for the run group to execute.
Can toggle between Start Time / Duration

Test Breakdown Three numbers indicating test status of individual tests in the run.

  • First Number: Number of tests that passed.
  • Second Number: Number of tests that failed (if 1 or more the run group has failed)
  • Third Number: Number of tests that have no results (if 1 or more the run group is aborted).

Failures Categorized
Shown only if the run group had a failure. Shows the percentage of failed tests that have been categorized. For more information please see the Failure Categorization documentation.

Search & Filters
See Search & Filters for additional information. Search & Filters allows you to find and filter results based on specific criteria.

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