Ideas & Feature Requests

Share your ideas on how Test Cloud can better help you deliver higher quality apps faster.

Ability to download all screenshots

I use the test cloud images for app store submission, but I have to manually go through and download each of the images.

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  • Aug 3 2016
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  • Fredrik Haglund commented
    August 16, 2016 17:33

    It would be nice if the screenshot feature in test cloud could be used similar to fastlane snapshot/screengrab so you could get the images into your repository and use tools like deliver/supply to push them to the store and process them with frameit.

  • Wayne Garmil commented
    September 9, 2016 17:20

    We need to be able to download all screen shots and device logs so we can create test run result reports to show to auditors to prove that we accomplished our required testing.

  • Stefan de Vogelaere commented
    October 4, 2016 10:53

    This is a really needed feature, as Wayne commented, we need to provide a PDF with all screenshots and device data to prove we have tested the app on different devices and OS's. For a product with this price you would think this was already in place.

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    Justin Raczak commented
    January 6, 2017 23:22

    Thank you everyone for your input. We have planned this feature for an upcoming release in the new iteration of Test Cloud which launched in Visual Studio Mobile Center (https://mobile.azure.com). We expect to release this between mid Q1 and mid Q2. Please feel free to continue commenting with any additional use cases or considerations.

  • Søren Enemærke commented
    January 10, 2017 10:20

    One additional/complementary use case for this is for doing a quicker manual scan through the visual looks of the app on different platform/devices. Both from a technical and time perspective it would be a more optimal workflow for us to be able to download all screenshots (through an API), generate a PDF that displays all the images and hand that to some of the UX folks for a quick manual look at how things are showing up on the various form factors and platforms 

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