[Performance] New display preference on Request Stats page: seconds vs milliseconds   

If you’re testing a microservice you probably need to see the test results in milliseconds. But what if you are testing components with higher response time, such as UI components and reports? If you are one of those testers, you probably want to review the test results in seconds, as milliseconds are confusing and inconvenient.  

To answer those different needs we’ve added a new view preference to the Request Stats page, allowing you to switch between milliseconds and seconds. Like other view preferences on this page, the seconds/milliseconds preference is saved for future use, to save your time changing the selection on every page visit.  

It is important to remember that the Failure Criteria configuration remains in milliseconds. To avoid confusion, we’ve added the measure unit name to the KPIs on all Failure Criteria screens. 


[Performance] Displaying Response Time metrics on Timeline report for all labels with a single click  

Did you know that when you type “response time” in the Timeline report and click “Select All” - the result is that the average response time (“Avg”) is automatically selected for all the labels, and displayed on the graph?  

Well, it does, and it is very useful in case when the test includes hundreds of labels (ticking hundreds of checkboxes one by one is inconvenient, to say the least). 

But what if you want to see the Max response time for all labels, and not just the average? 

Now we’ve extended this ability for all response time metrics. Right after typing “response time”, add the specific metric you wish to see: Avg / Min / Max/ Median / P90 / P95 / P99. Once “Select All” is clicked, the respective metric will be selected for all the labels at once.  

And yes, it is case insensitive; meaning “Max”, “mAX”, and “max” are all mapped to “Response Time Max”.