Full Monitor Test - Example

First let's make sure we have our test case ready.

for this example I've created a simple web script which includes transactions.
Environments are optional, but for this example I've included one with a single value of url, for better practice
Now we are ready to create our monitor, let's head over to Monitors and click on Add Monitor
Select the project which includes your test scripts, and the test mode, Web or Mobile

Now let's define our browser and choose our test case

Click on browsers and choose your desired browser
Click on cases and add your test case

Now let's define our SLA settings and set reports & alerts

Click on SLA and then click on ( + ) New General SLA
Choose your SLA goal, whether availability or performance
You can set the SLA scope to monitor over the cases which you added in the previous step, or choose a specific test and transaction
Transactions will appear after the monitor has run at least once
Click on save and head over to reports & alerts, then click on ( + ) Add Group
Choose your desired group and the frequency
You can do the same for alerts if you wish

Finally let's define our runtime settings and schedule

head over to runtime and set the environment to QA, which we created earlier, and configure the runtime as you desire, for this example I will keep it as a single iteration.
If you're using parameters in your case, make sure they are uploaded correctly to avoid trouble
And for the last step, go to schedule and set your desired schedule

Click on save changes and we're all set, come back after 10 minutes and see your results!