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Report the bug(s) and move on with your day, you did your job. Devs should want to fix them now, because fixing them later is more work for them. If the team collectively decides not to fix it, that is fine. If a PM decides it is not a priority to fix, that is on them. If the bug is found by a customer or snowballs into a bigger bug... again, you did your ...


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There is an third critical perspective which matters as per my experience as QA over an decade. Lets step back,Why do we even have so many low priority bugs in the first place that we start bothering about them? There might be an far bigger problem lurking in the background.. "There's no sense in being precise when you don't even know what you're ...


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Regression testing if worked by a single person then, it should be task because as definition, "A story is something that is generally worked on by more than one person, and a task is generally worked on by just one person. A user story is typically functionality that will be visible to end users. ... These tend to be things done by one person." So ...


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