Deleting Projects and Organizations in Load Impact

Posted by Grant Engle on Jan 12, 2017

We’re constantly collecting feedback from our users in an effort to improve your favorite performance and load testing software.

Here are a few items we’ve recently pushed live into our app for your convenience.

Delete Projects

Load Impact users juggling multiple projects often use this feature to keep their work organized. But there eventually comes a time when you no longer need to store an old project.

So, here’s how to delete a project:

  • Click the orange button with a white arrow near the top-left of the Load Impact dashboard
  • Click the wrench next to the name of the project you want to delete
  • Click the gray text that says “delete project” in the bottom-left of the dialog box
  • Type the name of the project to confirm deletion 
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Deleting Organizations

Several Load Impact users who work in QA or consultant roles use our Organizations feature to organize their work on a level above projects.

We built a way for users to delete unwanted organizations for the same reason we added the ability to delete projects — sometimes you need to clean things up to stay organized.

To delete an organization:

  • Click your name near the top-right of the Load Impact dashboard
  • Select “Organizations”
  • Click the wrench next to the organization you want to delete
  • Click the gray text in the bottom-left of the dialog box
  • Type the name of the organization to confirm deletion

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PDF Receipts

If you’re the head of DevOps, CTO or QA Manager at your organization, you might need to submit PDF invoices for the tools in your development pipeline.

All Load Impact payment confirmation emails will now include detailed PDF receipts.

Project Insights

We gave our dashboard a bit of a makeover.

The first screen you’ll see when you login to your Load Impact account is something we call “Project Insights.”

You’ll see all your recent tests, their next scheduled run date and a quick look at the test’s URL load time on a performance trending chart.

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It’s just another way Load Impact is making information more easily available for our users.

Continuous Integration Documentation

Information gained through continuous performance testing is incredibly valuable for DevOps teams, especially in the age of continuous delivery and continuous integration.

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Load Impact easily integrates with pretty much any CI software, and we’ve created a directory to help you get started — whether you’re using CI software such as Jenkins, TeamCity, Circle CI, AWS CodeBuild or simply using the Load Impact API in a custom integration.

This is an open source project, so check out our GitHub page and feel free to help us make these integrations the best they can be!


In the spirit of DevOps and continuous integration, feel free to hop in the time machine and revisit the announcement for one of our users’ favorite features we developed in 2016: Notifications.


In the Load Impact app, simply click “Integrations” in the left menu, scroll down and setup Slack or HipChat notifications. If you’re not using either of those trendy productivity tools, use a webhook to set up the notification channel of your choice.

If you’re running load tests continuously throughout your development cycle — and we highly recommend it — notifications are a great way to keep up with your test results and know right away when a test has failed.

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