TestFairy dashboard

The TestFairy dashboard is where you see all the information about the apps you have loaded to the service.

It includes a list of all apps with their own app definitions, the latest sessions recorded in your account, and separate tabs for crashes, feedbacks and insights.

You can also load apps using the NEW UPLOAD button and manage your account preferences and team members.


The top bar has the general statistics of your account - number of sessions, crashes, apps, testers and users.

Apps table

Contains the list of all the apps loaded into the system.
The app in display is the last version loaded.

It details the app name and bundle ID, whether it is an iOS, Android or MacOS app, the latest version name & number, and some details about how many sessions, builds, crashes and issues were logged for the app.
You can also see the date the last build was loaded to the system and the date the latest session was logged.
Pressing on the app's row will lead you to the Builds table.

The last column holds a link to the app's landing page if the app was loaded into the system.

Recent Sessions

A list of the recent sessions logged in the system.


Contains the list of your testers and assigned apps. See the managing testers page for more details.


Contains a list of all crashes aggregated by stack trace. You can filter the list by app, version and timeframe.
Each crash is aggregated after symbolication (if possible) and appears in a separate line. It is possible that unsymbolicated crashes will appear in separate lines, one for each crash.


Contains all user feedback submitted using the shake to report functionality. The feedback is linked to the session in which it was created and contains the screenshot, the text the user entered and the reporter email (which can be different from the user identified in the session).
Each issue can be linked to a bug tracking system by pressing the CREATE BUG button in the ISSUE column. Apps that are already connected to a bug tracking system will display the issue link/number inside the button. Pressing the button will open the issue in the bug tracking system.

Last updated on 2022-01-19