The "Exploratory Testing" extension is now "Test & Feedback" and is now Generally Available.
Anyone can now test web apps and give feedback, all directly from the browser on any platform: Windows, Mac, or Linux. Available for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox (required version 50.0 or above) currently. Support for Microsoft Edge is in the pipeline and will be enabled once Edge moves to a Chromium-compatible web platform.
Watch this 2-minute video about the Test & Feedback extension:
Drive quality with 3 easy steps: capture, create, and collaborate
##Capture Take notes, screenshots with annotations, and screen recordings to capture issues. Automatically include rich data like user actions (as an image action log), page load data, and system information.
##Create Create issues, tasks, and feedback response work items to send feedback or report issues. Create test cases quickly based on the image action log while you explore your app. Automatically attach all your captured information.
##Collaborate Work offline in standalone mode, then export your session to share findings with your team. For more integrated experiences with end-to-end traceability, connect to Azure DevOps Services or to Team Foundation Server 2015 or later. For example, you can explore user stories directly from the board, manage all feedback requests received, and easily track issues, tasks, and other work items. To view completed exploratory sessions and get insights across all completed sessions, for example, details about sessions and work items that are created, explored, and weren’t explored, plus other data, go to your exploratory testing insights page.
##Modes Use this extension for free in these modes: Connected and Standalone.
Note: You need to install the extension or add-on only once. Afterwards your browser will update it automatically.