Hardware Test Environment Specifications – Word Template – Software Testing

Hardware Test Environment Specifications Form. Identify the hardware, software, utilities and other components necessary to support the test environment requirements for this project. Highlight any issues that may arise should the hardware or software identified in this document become unavailable to the test team, e.g. inability to perform specific test tasks. File Format: Word. Hardware Test […]

Final Release Report Form – Word Template – Software Testing

Final Release Report form. Prepare final reports at the end of the software testing project. Includes release reports, bug reports, closed status, test status, and details on the outstanding risk/issues. File Format: Word. Final Release Report Form – Word Template This template is part of the Software Testing Template pack. Learn more about the Software Testing Templates. More […]

Enhancement Request Form – Word Template – Software Testing

Enhancement Request Form. Record enhancement requests when developing software with this MS Word form. Share this form with customers to confirm the scope of the enhancement. File Format: Word. Enhancement Request Form – Word Template This template is part of the Software Testing Template pack. Learn more about the Software Testing Templates. More Templates Like This You can […]

Data Access Control Form – Word Template – Software Testing

Data Access Control form. Identify who has access to different systems, domains, environment, and sites when testing your software. File Format: Word Data Access Control Form This template is part of the Software Testing Template pack. Learn more about the Software Testing Templates. More Templates Like This You can download the following templates as part of the software […]

Contract Review Form – Word Template – Software Testing

Contract review form. Track contract details during the software testing project. Use this form to identify contract criteria. stakeholders, actions, and review dates. File Format: Word Contract Review Form This template is part of the Software Testing Template pack. Learn more about the Software Testing Templates. More Templates Like This You can download the following templates as part of […]

Change Control Log – Excel Template – Software Testing

Software testing Change Control log. Track changes, including impact on scope, cost and time during your software testing project. Use this excel log file in conjunction with the Change Request form (see below). In this template, the Priority column dynamically changes to show you which software change requests (SCRs) are high priority. You can also filter by approved, evaluation, […]

How (and When) To Use ‘Please’ in Government Forms

How can you write government documents that are polite but also firm? For example, should you use Please on application forms? Yes? But how often? Is it possible that you can over-do the politeness so that it clutters the page and gets in the way of the applicant? For example, you know when somehow is simply […]

NEW – Software Testing Templates – 50 MS Word + 40 Excel spreadsheets

We’ve updated the very popular Software Testing Template pack. It now includes almost 100 templates to help software testers, developers, and others involved in writing test cases, status reports, and other QA documentation. It includes 50 MS Word and 40 MS Excel templates. You can use these templates to save time when creating test forms, logs and […]

How to Manage Large Technical Writing Projects in 5 Steps

Summary: Plan your writing before you start. This ensures your material is focused, less likely to revision, and aligns with your content strategy. This Klariti tutorial provides a step-by-step guide to write, edit, and publish large documentation deliverables, such as RFP responses, business plans, or technical documentation. [Learn more about this Software Development Template Pack. […]

How To Face Your Harshest Critics

Can you relate to this? A major project has fallen behind schedule. It is way over-budget, morale has collapsed, and your leadership is being questioned. It’s got real nasty. It’s your fault. They’re pointing the finger at you. What should you do?

If the criticism is from outside the organization, then define the ground rules for your Communications Plan. Identify who is responsible for what type of communication, how it will be delivered and what messages you want to convey. The benefit of a cohesive Communications Plan is the message coming from all staff will be consistent and ensure that your core values are communicated effectively.