Improve your testing process using Mind maps
Updated: Sep 20
When I started my testing career at QualityWorks, one of my biggest challenges was being able to visualize and organize all the relevant data. I felt stuck due to information overload. There were many documents to read through before I could actually start testing. If you are a tester, you know how complex it can become with all the test plans and strategies, test cases, app features, and test scenarios, etc. After doing some research, I learnt about mind mapping and, with my background in design, it is no surprise that I naturally gravitated to this technique.
In this post, I share how I have used mind mapping to become more efficient at my job as a tester. I’ll also share a short guide on how you can get started. Whether you are new at this or you’re an experienced Software Tester, this technique could apply to you if you’re looking for a better way to sort through the mambo jumbo. You may find it especially useful for structuring and sharing relevant testing information with your team and improving your testing process.
Visit QualityWorks Blog page for the full details on the how to use mind maps in software testing.