You can now specify the expected result of their test writing requests via the Test Designer.
To improve the quality of Test Designer output and help our test writing team write better tests for clients, we now ask clients to also specify the expected result of their request. This gives test authors complete clarity on what the outcome of the tests should be and results in fewer questions around instructions and consequently, fewer blockers.
On the test writing request form, you will now see and enter a new field titled “Expected result”. This data is sent directly to the test author so they can then write tests keeping the result or outcome in mind.