Daniel Knott, is an expert in the testing industry – he has written books on the subject and spoken at many testing conferences about the art of software testing and quality assurance.
We are lucky to see that he has released a video review of our application, calling it a useful tool for software testers.
> We’re humbled, honored and grateful to have him present and review our work.
As most of you know Dashcam records your screen as you test software products, making it easy to reproduce and share bugs with your team.
It is a free desktop app available for Mac and Windows, and records high-quality videos locally on your system, with additional features for team collaboration available.
In his own words, Daniel describes Dashcam as an easy-to-use application with a simple interface for cropping and editing recorded videos of one person’s screen activity. He highlights the privacy aspect of our application, being a privacy-conscious person himself.
Daniel demonstrates using Dashcam showing that videos can be saved as mp4 files and automatically uploaded to the cloud where animated gifs and thumbnails are created. On the cloud, in a private workspace, Dashcam provides relevant system information alongside the video, making it easier for teammates to understand the context of the bug.
For teams, Dashcam has workspaces, where members can upload and share videos with others, offering a more collaborative environment. The Dashcam web workspace includes a dashboard, team creation, and invite links for easier team management. Additional resources, such as documentation and security/privacy information, are visible too.
By the end of the video in his own words he claims:
Overall, Dashcam.io is a handy tool for software testers, especially during exploratory testing sessions.
We thank Daniel for his thoughtful expert review!