Welcome Screen

The Welcome Screen is displayed immediately after launching Test Studio.

It lets you access or create projects, getting started samples for the product, or notification about software updates.

Create Project (Version 2016 R2 and Later)

In this section you could choose among different type projects - Web & Desktop, Mobile or API. Select the desired type you want to create, specify its name and location and click on the 'Create' button.

Create Project

Recent Projects

Recent projects tab lists the recently opened projects displaying their name and full physical path.

Recent Projects

Open Project

Open Projects tab allows you to choose whether to open an existing local project or connect to source control and clone a project from a remote repository.

Open Projects

Add Tests To Your Project

Once the test project is created you can start adding tests.

Get Started

The Get Started section allows you to create demo projects of the three different types - Web & Desktop, Mobile or API. These will be helpful to start creating your first tests.

Get Started Projects

Software Updates

Under this section you can find information about the installed version of Test Studio, activation and update notifications.

Software Updates

Product Version

This section displays your currently installed version number.

Activation Key

This section displays the mode of your license key (Trial or Licensed) and the option to Deactivate an active license. This is used to run one license of Test Studio across multiple machines. Please see our KB article on Swapping a License for more information.

Update And Update Notifications

This section displays options to check for updates.


As of release R1 2018 (v.2018.1.301) once Test Studio is launched you will see the Newsfeed section. It will inform you for any important news related to the product, will share new blog posts in regards Test Studio features and capabilities. Its content is live updated and requires internet connection.


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