The latest release of Keynote Web Monitoring platform is available on August 24 2016! In this release, the Keynote web recorder is generally available. It provides a new way to record and provision tests from Keynote Service Center (KSC) to simplify and streamline the test management workflow.
- Web Recorder now generally available in Keynote Service Center
- MyKeynote and Keynote Service Center maintenance (see Component Release Notes for details)
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Keynote Web recorder is now generally available!
Create and provision measurements directly in Chrome when accessing the Keynote Service Center (KSC).
- Cross-platform support for both Windows and Mac users provides capabilities to record, edit, and validate transactions within the Chrome browser.
- Easily downloadable plugins enable script creation for Emulated Browser Monitoring (TxP) and Mobile Web Monitoring (MWP).
- Seamless integration into the KSC test provisioning workflow improves productivity for new and existing users.
Release notes and product documentation
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