tell me about low severity & high priority bug?




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tell me about low severity & high priority bug?..

Answer / nanda.d reddy

User Interface bugs comes in to low severity and high
priority. like spelling mistakes, objects alignments and
company Logo Etc.

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tell me about low severity & high priority bug?..

Answer / kushy

Low Severity & High Priority: Suppose there is a spelling
mistake or content issue on the homepage
of BT.com website which has daily laks of hits all over UK.
In this case, though this fault is not
affecting the website or other functionalities but
considering the status and popularity of the website in
the competitive market it is a high priority fault.

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