How to publish Test Result ?

How to publish Test Result ?

Overview:

The report setting feature allows you to publish test reports and make them visible to the candidates.

Steps:

Follow these steps to publish test reports: 

1. Navigate to Test Manager, click on the three dots next to the test you want to publish results for, and then click on Edit Test.



2. Click on Step 2 and scroll down to Report Settings.



3. In the Report Settings section, enable the "Show Detailed Performance Reports" option by clicking Yes. 

4. Proceed to the last step and click on Finish.

5. Click on the three dots again and then click on Publish Test.

6. Finally, click on Publish Result.

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