In the real world, your team will have to deal with software bugs. A regular bug triage meeting can help you deal with them.
So after some time, your backlog might start to have a number of bugs logged in it. What to do about that bug list?
One of my favorite tools I use while testing is Snagit from TechSmith. (It's also useful when creating user documentation.)
Being able to look for a pattern, especially a non-obvious one, has been a useful skill and one I still use a lot. Here are few examples.
As a Quality Analyst (QA) in the office, being the person looking for errors could cause a hostile relationship with developers.
On a recent software project, one test would pass and one would fail with a “yarn not found” error. I turned to ChatGPT for debugging help.