Central Repository for User Recordings Videos

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A central repository of information typically refers to a centralized location where data or information from various sources is collected, stored, and managed. This concept is widely used in various domains such as business, research, government, and education. Here are some key points about central repositories of information:
  • The repository provides storage infrastructure to house large volumes of data. This can range from structured data (like databases) to unstructured data (like documents, images, videos).
  • Information within the repository is typically organized using categorization, tagging, or metadata. This ensures that data is easily searchable and retrievable.
  • Access to information within the repository is controlled and managed based on user roles and permissions. Security measures are implemented to protect sensitive data.


Step 1: Log in to the TestGrid Platform using valid credentials and click on Device Cloud.




  • Once the user clicks on the real device cloud, they will see cloud infrastructure and real devices.
  • Then click on one of the devices and click on the connect button.




Step 2: After connecting one of the devices, you can perform testing tasks and activities. We keep track of all recording sessions in our central repository.


The central repository is divided into four categories: test case execution, local execution, manual screen recording, and device cloud recording.

As an example. The images below show how we can begin manual recording. Please click the three-dot button and look for the next Recording Start Option button. Here is screen recording document link : https://testgrid.io/docs/document/screen-recording-on-mobile/




Step 3: After completing any of the specified actions, go to the dashboard and look for the ‘User Recordings’ option. To proceed, click the ‘User Recordings’ button.




Step 4: When you click on ‘User Recordings’, you will be redirected to the ‘User Recordings’ tab.


You may see your video for local execution, manual screen recording, and a test case generator. You can also review video recordings of yourself performing actions. You can also search for specific session videos here. There are three buttons visible: Play, Download, and Delete.

Additionally, you can play, download, and remove pointless files. The reference below appears to be a good view for multiple devices with separate video sessions.





Notes : Users get access to the most recent 30 days of recorded video data.

As simple as that! Happy Testing 😇


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