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What are the different priorities of bugs?

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posted Jul 25, 2018 by Arunkumaarts

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Priority is how quickly a bug should fix that is the urgency of resolving error. The higher the priority should fix sooner. Defect priority class is as follows.

  1. Immediate – The bug should be resolved immediately.
  2. High - The bug should be resolved as soon as possible before the software is released.
  3. Medium – The bug should be resolved after serious bugs have been fixed.
  4. Low – The bug should be resolved in a future major system revision or not be resolved at all.
answer Oct 10, 2018 by Asadul Haque
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DEFECT PRIORITY, also known as Bug Priority, indicates the importance or urgency of fixing a defect. Though priority may be initially set by the Software Tester, it is usually finalized by the Project/Product Manager.

priority: The level of (business) importance assigned to an item, e.g. defect.

Classification:
Priority can be categorized into the following levels:

1) Urgent: Must be fixed immediately / in the next build.
2) High: Must be fixed in any of the upcoming builds but should be included in the release.
3) Medium: May be fixed after the release / in the next release.
4) Low: May or may not be fixed at all.

answer Jan 5 by Bhumika Prajapati
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Bug Priority, indicates the importance or urgency of fixing a defect. Though priority may be initially set by the Software Tester, it is usually finalized by the Project/Product Manager.

Bugs priority can be categorized into the following levels:

Urgent: Must be fixed immediately / in the next build.
High: Must be fixed in any of the upcoming builds but should be included in the release.
Medium: May be fixed after the release / in the next release.
Low: May or may not be fixed at all.

answer Jan 17 by Manali
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Priority and points for each bug:

answer Aug 20, 2018 by Dev
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