According to Apple, developers will be able to “organize testers into groups to quickly send builds, provide separate instructions on where to focus, and apply an action to several testers at once in TestFlight.” In short, if a group of testers is focused more on, let’s say, minor GUI issues, while another group is focused on deeper-rooted problems, devs can split the beta testers and communicate totally different instructions.
This news comes on the heels of Apple closing its legacy TestFlightApp.com app beta testing site for good on February 26.
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