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Update and adapt existing scenario tests to UI changes (8.3)

Suggest edit Updated on May 3, 2021

You can save time and effort by adapting existing scenario tests for new scenarios instead of creating new tests from scratch. By editing existing tests, you can focus on maintaining a smaller number of functional tests that you can repurpose for different use cases.

After a user interface or process flow changes, you do not have to discard old tests. Simply browse existing tests and open the one that you want to update or reuse for a different business scenario. You can add and remove steps or record the test again from a specific step of the scenario, as shown in the following demos. In addition, you can continue recording scenario test cases after a browser refresh.

"Removing and adding steps in a scenario test"
Removing and adding steps in a scenario test
"Recording from a specific step"
Recording from a specific step in a scenario test

For more information, see Updating scenario tests.

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