QA and troubleshoot
This topic describes simple QA and troubleshooting techniques for Optimizely Full Stack.
Before you publish a test or rollout a feature live to your visitors, it is important to make sure it works the way you expect.
Optimizely gives you several tools for:
- Testing experiment variations as a developer
- Automating testing of flags and rollouts in a QA role
These tools all share in common one thing: they let you force a given user (or, in QA test automation context, test runner), into a given feature flag state or given experiment variation.
For more information see Choose QA tests
For more information about troubleshooting, see Troubleshoot
Updated about 1 year ago