In-situ material testing in SEM is an emerging trend among SEM applications, since it is a powerful method to link mechanical properties to the microstructures of materials. However, the integration of in-situ testing accessories into an SEM up to now is far from seamless and user friendly. The output is, on the other hand, very sobering in terms of scale of sample area interested, throughput and reproducibility of datasets. To address these shortcomings, a well-integrated solution for demanding in-situ testing, combining with the high-resolution surface sensitive imaging and EDS/EBSD analytical methods, is currently developed. The automated workflow can generate meaningful data with highest reproducibility and precision. The high-quality datasets acquired facilitate post processing and data analysis, for e.g. high-resolution strain mapping by means of digital imaging correlation (DIC). Further advancements such as automated feature tracking and autofocus help to realize true one-button-start workflows and experiments.