What Is ​​User Acceptance Testing?

User Acceptance Training (UAT) is the last phase of the testing process for software, after the engineers and development team have been through it with a fine-toothed comb and all the automated debugging has been performed and re-checked and then performed again after revisions.

In this phase, sample user groups are brought into testing to provide input about their experience with the learning management system. It's used for both new features and new programs. Many UAT participants for new features of an existing application are recruited from the application's existing user base for social media, gaming, and other apps.

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