Why join Testlio?
Create a work schedule that fits your life. Enjoy the flexibility of remote work.
You’ll get paid hourly, not per bug. Payments are made weekly via PayPal or Payoneer.
Work with some of the world’s largest and most innovative companies.
Not only do we make testing fun, you’ll also have a chance to add your voice to the highest standards of software testing
Master different testing capabilities, expand your niche, and get support from other highly experienced testers in our network.
The Testlio Network is consistently ranked among the best for job satisfaction with an eNPS score of 62.
What you’ll bring
*TestRail, Xray, TestMonitor, ALM/QualityCenter, TestCaseLab, TestLink, Silk Central
** BugZilla, Jira, HP ALM, BugHerd, BugHost
On average, a tester on
our platform has:
3+ mobile phones
2+ connected devices
Roku TV, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Samsung Smart TV.
1 desktop computer
Apple Mac, Windows 10 PC.
1 gaming device
Microsoft Xbox, Sony Playstation, Nintendo Switch.
1 wearable device
Android watch, Apple watch.
What you’ll do
- Follow workspace specifications and instructions
- Test out cool apps
- Identify and report issues
- Execute test cases and provided test steps
- Provide improvement feedback for diverse test cases
- Issue reproduction tasks
- Test fixes
- Closely collaborate with teammates
Set up your profile
Earn at least one capability-specific skill certification
Testlio testers must earn at least one capability-specific certification before Network acceptance. Then, testers earn different capability-specific certifications throughout their career. All Testlio certifications are created in the Testlio platform environment and prepare testers for a diversity of real testing experiences.
Verify your identity
Gain access to our exclusive network
Test in real paid workspaces
Receive real-time ratings to keep you at the top of your game
Testlio uses a rating system that measures testers availability, responsiveness, efficiency, and effectiveness along multiple dimensions. The rating is based on a 100-point scale and helps guide Testers on pathways of growth and mastery.
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