Ignore regions

Each image inside a project can now be configured with any number of regions that will be ignored when performing the visual regression testing.

This is useful when the test data used for capturing the images of the app can not be predictable.


This feature is available for Pro plans only.

Custom similarity threshold

Each project can now configure a custom similarity threshold (X) for its visual comparisons.

This means that if an image has more than X% of its area different than its reference image, then it is considered a visually different image.


Github pull request integration

Our Github App is now available!

When a pull request is opened or updated in your repositories, you get notified by VisWiz.io directly in your PR about the status of your changes and a descriptive comment is added with a summary of the visual regression testing.


git checkout -b feature/branch

Builds get associated to a branch as well as a revision, bringing VisWiz.io closer to your project repository.

Builds use the project's default branch as a reference point for comparisons.

Emoji all the things

Builds names support 💯 emojis 🕶, so let your creativity run wild 🦄! Emojis are displayed correctly in our web reports, Slack notifications and email reports. 🤗

New projects page

A new projects page has been introduced with a clean UI. Together with this change, the inner projects pages have also received an enhanced sidebar.

Slack reports and notifications settings

Each project can be now configured to send email reports and Slack reports. If you choose to receive Slack reports, you'll get a rich visual regression report in your Slack channel.

Email reports

Builds now send a summary visual regression report email. You can get a quick overview of whether or not a build has regressions from your inbox.

We're starting a changelog

We're starting a public changelog so you're always up to date with all the features, improvements and fixes that are made on VisWiz.io.

You'll always receive an update when we change something in our app, or if needed all things we've changed is available on our public changelog page.