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Boost team productivity with TestCollab's Slack notifications—get real-time updates on testing activities in your chosen Slack channel!

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Written by Vishal Vaswani
Updated over a week ago

Integrating Slack notifications with TestCollab can greatly enhance your team's productivity by providing immediate updates on your testing activities. This guide will walk you through the steps to set up and manage Slack notifications within TestCollab.

The owner (super administrator) of a company account on TestCollab can enable notifications to be pushed to a selected Slack channel. This will ensure that all members added to the Slack channel stay informed of ongoing events and can react promptly.

Let us see how this is done.

Enabling the global settings

The option to enable Slack notifications globally can be found on the page accessible through the "Slack" option under the "Settings" menu.

Global settings to enable Slack notifications to be pushed from TestCollab

On Slack settings page start by checking Enable Slack Notifications

Clicking the Connect button will redirect you to a Slack authorization page. Allow access to your Slack workspace to enable the feature.

Select events to subscribe

After your Slack account has been connected successfully. You can then select the events you want to be subscribed to get notifications.

The events available for selection are:

  • Test case added

  • Test plan added

  • Test plan finished

  • Comment added on an executed test case

As a last step of configuration, select the Slack channel where you want to receive notifications.

Enabling notifications for a project

An administrator can enable or disable the notifications to be pushed for events in a project.

Project specific settings to enable Slack notifications to be pushed from TestCollab project

Slack notifications in TestCollab create a more connected and responsive testing environment. By effectively utilizing this feature, teams can ensure that important updates are promptly communicated and acted upon, leading to more efficient test cases management and execution.

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