Getting started with Manual Testing

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Are you interested in helping test Mozilla’s websites? One of the best ways to get to know the different projects is by doing manual testing.

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Learning how to do Manual testing

Exploratory testing

Exploratory testing is a great way to get started. You can jump right in and start testing websites immediately, without any prior experience. Learn how to do manual testing by following the steps explained here:

Running test cases

Once you have tried exploratory testing, you are ready to run some test cases. Each test case explains what you are testing, the actions required, and also the expected result. We have many projects, with many test cases! To get started you might begin with: Running AMO tests

For future reference

If you’d like to run more tests, or get to know a project better, we have lots of ways to do that. You can run any of the tests linked from our projects page. All of the manual tests have MozTrap links:

How to do website testing