OneNote Testing

What it is like to be a tester on the Microsoft OneNote team and day to day life as an SDET in Office. Plus a few tips for using OneNote and an occasional powertoy.

April, 2007

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  • OneNote Testing

    Customer feedback results in another powertoy

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    I'm going to go off on a tangent here. Another role OneNote testers have is that of customer advocate. We are tasked with monitoring the OneNote newsgroup , the Customer Connection site, responding to customer feedback and using all of this information...
  • OneNote Testing

    Looking at one simple test

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    So now I have an application to test and I want to get moving. My next step is to take each item from my notes and begin to work on a complete test plan, create my test cases, create automation and get buyoff from the developer and the program manager...
  • OneNote Testing

    Finishing the review of the design

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    I think I beat step 2 of the design well enough that I can move on to the other elements. I'll look at steps 1 and 3 this time.         I have to ask if these are the only ways in which the note module can be opened in Outlook. It's not: there...
  • OneNote Testing

    Next up: testing the addin

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    Continuing with the "Replace Outlook Notes with OneNote" addin: The first task a tester has to face when testing a few feature is deciding if the specification makes sense, is complete, solves the problem faced by the end user and is testable. Here...
  • OneNote Testing

    Creating an addin to test OneNote

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    I hope to show what it's like to be a tester on the OneNote team. I transferred from 10+ years in Outlook to OneNote last November. The transition was hectic and I had to ramp up on a new product (which I love) and a new team (which I love) very quickly...
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