Has anyone used WebQA from Watchfire?
I had an opportunity to evaluate WebQA. It has 3 parts to it: Content, Interaction and Tag. The Content part scans the site you enter and lists the pages that need meta keywords, descriptions, page titles, alt tags for images, etc. The Interaction part allows you to record user interactions and play them back. Tag (I didn't try this) allows you to identify missing meta keywords and description and insert them automatically.
Is anyone using WebQA on a regular basis? Though it does seem to have some minor bugs, all and all it looks like a good tool to test simple web pages (that's what I need in my current job). Could someone who's using WebQA on a daily basis throw some more light on it please?
[This message has been edited by skarekat (edited 08-19-2002).]
Re: Has anyone used WebQA from Watchfire?
We have bought it. We are having a hard getting started though. Does any one know of any decent trainnig for WebQA? The vendor has a 1/2 day class, but I can't find anybody who has taken it. (We all know how some vendor run classes can be :-) .)
How about a users group or any contacts like that?