Create a test that simulates real users and real life conditions
Simulates teacher's and student's actions, video and audioArrow down icon
Different users of your e-learning platform have different user flows. To properly test the platform you have to simulate all of the user journeys. Make virtual test participants log in as a presenter or a learner and use platform features available, connect them on 1on1 video calls or video conferences, click through quizzes. Have an automated test with virtual users doing exactly what your real users do.
Get metrics of audio and video call qualityArrow down icon
Most e-learning platforms have features for 1on1 and group video calls in a virtual classroom, allow teachers and students to share their screens. Poor performance of the features make students lose attention, poorly understand the presented material, or switch to an application with a better video communication experience. Get audio and video metrics for each user in your tests, evaluate audio and video quality in different conditions and make sure your platform performs good for every user.
Use different browsers and simulate real-life conditionsArrow down icon
Users of your e-learning platform don't always use the same browser, their network connections can be imperfect, their hardware differs. And all these parameters can impact their experience. Have all that simulated in your load test: configure test participants to use one of the latest five versions of Chrome or Firefox, simulate different network connections with packet loss, high jitter an latency, low bandwidth and other parameters. Check how these parameters impact performance and understand user experience better.
Make sure your platform can scale for thousands of usersArrow down icon
Will your e-learning platform provide the same user experience when thousands of users access it concurrently? Can it handle the load? Make sure it is ready to scale by running a test with thousands of users simulated. Run an insightful end-to-end load test and find bottlenecks and limitations to fix before your user base expands.
Simulates teacher's and student's actions, video and audio

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