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InVision - Design & Prototype

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QAwerk tested a new workplace productivity platform! Check out InVision iOS app bugs we found!

InVision is a collaborative online whiteboard with something to offer for designers, product managers, developers, marketers, researchers, and HR. It also integrates with Jira, Google Workspace, Webex, Zoom, Sketch, Adobe XD, and other popular tools.

Its Freehand board allows multiple teammates to brainstorm and collaborate both in real time and asynchronously. The app also offers templates for every occasion, from creating an app wireframe, mood board, or feature planning to new hire onboarding, marketing strategy, or RACI matrix.

Our QA engineers tested numerous workplace productivity tools so we know where to search for bugs. We tested InVision manually, and here are the bugs we found.

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No sign-up option on start screen: User has to fail sign-in to see it

Severity:

Major

Precondition:

Open the app.

Steps to Reproduce:
  1. Click the “Sign in” button.
  2. Click the “Email address” field and type an invalid email.
  3. Click the “Password” field and type a password.
  4. Click the “Sign in” button.
  5. Click the “Sign up” link.
Environment:

iPhone 13Pro iOS 16.1.1

Actual Result:

The user has to fail at the sign-in step to get to the sign-up button.

Expected Result:

The start screen offers the user options to sign up and to sign in.

Error after clicking home page button from “Freehands” section

Severity:

Major

Precondition:

The user has created a freehand in the “Freehands” section.

Steps to Reproduce:
  1. Open the created freehand.
  2. Click the “In” icon in the top left corner.
Environment:

iPhone 13Pro iOS 16.1.1

Actual Result:

The following error appears: “There was an error loading your account information.”

Expected Result:

The user is redirected to the home page.

Error after clicking “X” button from “Manage account” page

Severity:

Major

Precondition:
  1. The user is logged in.
  2. The user is on the “All documents” page.
Steps to Reproduce:
  1. Click the user icon in the top right corner.
  2. Click the “Manage account” button.
  3. Click the “X” button in the top right corner.
Environment:

iPhone 13Pro iOS 16.1.1

Actual Result:

The following error appears: “There was an error loading your account information”.

Expected Result:

The user is redirected back to the “All documents” page.

Button names are chopped after user clicks 4-squares button

Severity:

Minor

Precondition:
  1. The user is logged in.
  2. The user is on the “All documents” page.
Steps to Reproduce:
  1. Click the 4-squares button in the top right corner.
  2. Look at the “+ Create” button.
  3. Look at other section names.
Environment:

iPhone 13Pro iOS 16.1.1

Actual Result:

Button names are chopped.

Expected Result:

Buttons name are properly aligned.

After exploring the app for some time, I found several major bugs associated with loading account information and one minor UI defect. I’d suggest double-checking all links for being broken and performing consistent regression testing of the main functionality.
Oleh, QA engineer

Oleh, QA engineer

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