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Craftnote: Craftsman App for iOS

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Craftnote: Craftsman App for iOS

Craftnote: Craftsman App makes managing your working documentation and communication easier. It’s a simple and useful app for contemporary craftsmen. It has an intellectual structure in every project, PDF scanner, and also it is able to send and store image, video, audio and text messages. So let’s go check what is wrong with this app!

Search in chat by any character shows all attached media files
Steps to reproduce:
  1. Add a project on a ‘Projects’ page.
  2. Tap on a current project.
  3. Send a photo, recording, and a text message ‘test’.
  4. Tap on ‘Search’.
  5. Enter a letter and tap on ‘Submit’.

Expected result:

Text message is shown in the search results.

Severity:
Major

Actual result:

Text message and all media files are shown in the search results.

Environment:

iPhone 6s (iOS 11.4)

Input field appears when it shouldn’t
Steps to reproduce:
  1. Tap on a project.
  2. Open keyboard by tapping a text input field.
  3. Tap on a ‘Camera’ button.
  4. Make a photo and send it.
  5. While the keyboard is on the screen, tap on an ‘Add Media’ button.

Expected result:

Menu is fully visible.

Severity:
Major

Actual result:

Menu is overlapped by the input field.

Environment:

iPhone 6s (iOS 11.4)

There’s no opportunity to restore a project when the internet connection is off
Steps to reproduce:
  1. Tap on a project.
  2. Tap a three-dot menu button in the upper right corner.
  3. Scroll the page down and tap on ‘Restore Project’.
  4. Tap on ‘Archive’.
  5. Go to the ‘Projects’ page.

Expected result:
The project is successfully restored and shown on the ‘Projects’ page.
Severity:
Major

Actual result:

App offers you to archive a project when you want to restore it in offline mode. As a result, a project is not restored.

Environment:

iPhone 6s (iOS 11.4)

It’s debatable when the bugs should be eliminated. Some teams prefer Test-Driven Development and leave little to no work to the quality assurance department. Others just make an app work, and then QA team is there to fix everything that pops out. But both of these methods imply that no bugs should remain after the release date. Too bad it’s rarely the case.
Evgeniia, QA

Evgeniia, QA

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