I am mentioning some of the common problems faced which you can also face while working automation testing using Selenium:-
Selenium only supports web Testing.
There is no object repository built in, you need to create a framework.
Selenium is not a complete, comprehensive solution to fully automating the testing of web applications. It requires third-party frameworks, language bindings and so on to be truly effective.
Despite Selenium’s acceptance of other test script languages, it demands higher-level technical skills, such as programming, from QA team members.
Selenium has no test management facilities. Test scripts are saved as simple files without attributes. Organizing individual scripts in any fashion via a user interface requires a third-party tool or a custom application.
Because native “Selenese” test scripts are not user-friendly in terms of readability, they are difficult to modify. Many testers simply resort to discarding the original scripts and recording them again, which can be time-consuming. Can be overcome by the framework.
Selenium does not support test and result sharing in anything but a manual way. Need to add a reporting mechanism. Ex. Extent reports
There is no support for running tests in parallel on a single computer. TestNG can do that?
If you do not want to face these types of problems you must take up the following Selenium Training Course. If you like reading you must read the following Selenium Tutorial. You can also watch the below-mentioned video tutorial to learn more. .