When recording one of your application features, NeoLoad creates a Virtual User containing all the recorded actions.
You may change the Virtual User behavior by adding, editing or deleting actions.
You may also build up your Virtual User by adding requests from various other recordings. NeoLoad allows you to easily add actions, such as loops, delays, condition sets, and so on.
Once your Virtual Users have been created, you need to create a Population of Virtual Users. You may have several types of Virtual User in a same Population.
Next, in the Runtime tab, you need to define a test scenario, which will include the Populations to use, the load policy (constant, ramp-up, or peaks) and other options such as the think time.
It only remains to run the test.
For more information, see Design Process.