After you analyze your test, you might want to mark it for further analysis.
To do this, you have a few options:
- Save the test, keeping it beyond normal data retention periods.
- Make notes on the test, preserving contextual details.
- Export it to another format, so you can query it with the program of your choice.
- Make a shareable link, so you can show the results to others.
- Delete irrelevant tests, de-cluttering your UI.
To do any of these actions, use the vertical-dots icon to open the Test Result menu.
Besides saving a test as a baseline, you can also save a test to persist its data.
ⓘ Each premium k6 Cloud subscription can save some number of test results indefinitely.
Your subscription level determines how many tests you can save.
To save a test run, follow these steps:
- Use the three-dot icon in the top-right corner of your test run.
- Select Save test result.
After you save a test, k6 adds the test to one of the available slots.
If you need to open up a slot for a new test to save, you can remove an old test. To remove a test, follow these steps:
- On the side menu, head to Manage > Saved tests.
- Select the test to unsave.
- Select the three-dot icon, then Remove safe status.
Unlike setting a baseline, saved tests can have more than one test run.
The Create Note option launches a modal window with a text box.
You can write comments about the test, mark changes, or add any context worth noting.
Generates an executive summary of the test's most relevant metrics and performance data.
Refer to Export Results.
Starts a data export.
Refer to Export results.
Generates a URL that you can use to share test results.
Users don't need to authenticate to view a shared test URL. If you want to share sensitive results, consider adding users as Members instead.
Test deletion is irreversible.
Deletes the current test result.