Explicit Timeouts are an important feature for a Test Automation Tool since it will help to make the Test Scripts more stable and avoid breaking of scripts when some of the Page elements behave indifferently.
Testsigma provides two different Timeout options - Element Load Timeouts and Page Load Timeouts.
- Element Load Timeout determines how much time the Execution waits for an Element to be clickable/visible/present e.t.c.
- Page Load Timeout determines how much time the Execution waits for a single page to load. In case of Single Page Applications(SPA), it can be the time taken for reloading DOM.
If you are creating a Dry Run Execution directly from the Test Cases page, you can set the timeouts in Create Run(Execution Configuration) page as shown below:
Otherwise, if you are creating a Normal/Quick Execution in Executions page for executing a Suite of Test Cases, you can enable it under Execution Settings as shown below: