We created Launchable to shorten test suite run-times to test more often—find issues earlier, and provide faster feedback to developers. In June, we announced starting a Test Notifications beta program, making Launchable even more dev-focused with test alerts integrated into Slack.
Today, we officially invite you to participate: Get a Launchable Test Notifications beta invite.
Start sending personal notifications about test runs directly via Slack through seamless integration with Launchable. The answer to simple questions like “Did the run pass?” is behind too many clicks or in emails, and status is usually ascertained via a “pull” mode. Help developers get started triaging without checking their email over and over.
Now developers will immediately be notified of which tests fail without going through CI or emails.
When test sessions finish, you can immediately take action on the results, whether triaging failures or merging a PR. In addition, developers can create subscriptions to receive personal notifications about test sessions run against their branches/pull requests or other test sessions they care about.
Once you've set up a subscription, the Launchable app will send you a personal message each time a new test session matching the subscription criteria is recorded. Failing notifications include a link to view test results in Launchable and a quick summary of failing tests.
How to get a Launchable Slack App beta invite
As the Slack app is currently available in a closed beta program, you can apply to join the program by filling out this form. Once we’ve confirmed your acceptance, getting your Slack notifications set up takes four simple steps.
Install the Launchable Slack app in your Slack workspace
Link your Launchable account and your Slack account
Create your first notification subscription in Slack
No more jumping between your email inbox, your CI system, or your Git hosting service - stay in Slack and get all the details of your runs with Launchable Test Notifications.