Add (Edit) Remote Browser Loop Item

Applies to TestComplete 14.91, last modified on July 20, 2021

You use this dialog to add a web browser to the list of browsers through which the Remote Browser Loop operation will iterate or to modify a browser added to the list.

To open the dialog, click Add or Change when configuring the Remote Browser Loop operation.


  • TestComplete 14.5.

  • An active license for the TestComplete Web Module.

  • The Web Testing plugin and the Cross-Platform Web Testing plugin must be enabled in TestComplete.

  • An active CrossBrowserTesting account.

    Note: If you do not have an account, you can sign up for a free trial directly from TestComplete—TestComplete will suggest that you do this automatically if it does not find appropriate account data when you add the operation to your test.

  • TestComplete must have access to If there are any firewalls or proxies in your network, make sure that they allow traffic from the TestComplete workstation to that website. If needed, configure the firewall to allow outbound connections on ports 80 and 443 to


On this tabbed page of the dialog, you specify the following:

  • Platform - You can select one of the following platform types:

    • Desktop

    • Mobile

    • Headless

  • Device - Select one of the devices provided by

  • Browser - Select a web browser in which you want to run your web test. For Firefox and Chrome, you can select a specific browser version, or you can select the Latest version available option.

  • Resolution - Select the screen resolution that will be set on the target platform for the test run.

Custom parameters

On this tabbed page of the dialog, you can specify additional capabilities that will be used for the test run in your device cloud.

You specify additional capabilities in the JSON format. For example:


  "name": "My test",
  "record_video": "true"

The JSON code will be validated as you are typing it.

See the list of available capabilities on the website:

Automation Capabilities

See Also

Remote Browser Loop Operation
Iterate Through Remote Testing Environments

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