There are many critical test scenarios that should be tested for Amazon.ca. Here are some of the most important ones:
- Search feature: Test the search feature to ensure that users can search for products easily and that the search results are accurate and relevant to the user’s search query.
- Product pages: Test the product pages to ensure that all product details are accurate and complete, including pricing, availability, shipping information, and reviews.
- Shopping cart: Test the shopping cart functionality to ensure that users can add, remove, and modify items in their cart easily and that the cart accurately reflects the user’s selected items and pricing.
- Payment and checkout process: Test the payment and checkout process to ensure that users can easily complete their purchases, including entering payment information and shipping details.
- User account management: Test the user account management features to ensure that users can create, update, and delete their accounts easily, and that all user data is stored securely and protected from unauthorized access.
- Cross-browser and cross-device testing: Test the website on multiple web browsers and devices to ensure that the website works correctly and looks good on all devices.
- Performance testing: Test the website’s performance under different load scenarios to ensure that it can handle high traffic and that pages load quickly.
- Security testing: Test the website’s security features to ensure that user data is protected from unauthorized access and that there are no vulnerabilities that could lead to data breaches or other security issues.
By testing these critical scenarios, the test team can ensure that Amazon.ca is functional, user-friendly, secure, and performs well under a variety of usage scenarios, ultimately providing a high-quality user experience.
Here are top 10 test cases for the “Search” functionality scenario in order of priority:
- Verify that the search bar is visible and accessible on every page of the website.
- Verify that the search bar is capable of accepting text input from users and that it has an auto-suggest feature that can provide related keywords or phrases.
- Verify that the search results are relevant to the user’s search query and that the results page displays only relevant items.
- Verify that the search results page displays the product details such as product name, price, image, rating, and availability.
- Verify that the search results page displays filters to sort the search results based on various parameters like price, rating, brand, etc.
- Verify that the search results are accurate and do not include any irrelevant or outdated products.
- Verify that the search functionality is case-insensitive, and it accepts special characters and spaces.
- Verify that the search functionality handles synonyms and plural forms of words, displaying relevant search results.
- Verify that the search functionality displays an error message when the user enters an invalid search query.
- Verify that the search functionality is capable of handling high traffic and load times, providing fast and accurate results even during peak hours.
By prioritizing these test cases, the testing team can ensure that the most critical functionality is tested first and that any high-risk issues are identified and addressed as early as possible in the testing process.