If you're wondering what outputs from Hexawise look like, you've come to the right place.  If a picture is worth a thousand words, we've got... well, several thousand words-worth of descriptions for you.

Mind Maps

They are a great way to quickly and clearly communicate a lot of information to stakeholders about what kinds of testing ideas you've thought to include already.  

Show a mind map like this to your boss for their feedback and they'll undoubtedly think that you are just the kind of innovative, take-charge thinker that deserves an immediate raise, a promotion, and bottle of champagne in recognition of your all-around awesomeness (caution: this may or may not happen).

Note: the above mind map is displayed in MindNode (which is capable of displaying OPML file formats).  If you do not have access to a mind mapping tool that handles OPML, you can choose to export mind maps into PDF files that will be emailed to you.

Micro Focus ALM / Quality Center (e.g., Excel file format complete with fields customized to your firm's version of ALM)

Excel (Table of Contents)

Excel ("Test Cases" tab without tester instructions, Requirements, nor Expected Results)

Excel ("Auto-scripts" tab complete with tester instructions, Requirements, and Expected Results)

Gherkin (from "Automate" screen, in Scenario Outline format)

Gherkin (from "Automate" screen, in Scenario format)

Other options (including customizations developed specifically for you) are also available.

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