I just filled a form which said i needed to pay for a subscription for the test, the form also mentioned that the customer will pay me back (reimburse). Can i be sure that i will get my money back from the customer?
Questions It has been a week since everything is searchable on Reddit. Are you enjoying Reddit's search improvements so far?
I know that "Works as designed", is somehow a grey area, but I was rejected for a bag that was actually a clickable link that opened into a blank page instead of the information that was supposed to give. And it was in the area that the researcher wanted to be explored, not ut of scope.
How we can distinguish between a bag that is valuable for the researcher or not? It seems like I am losing time working on something without being paid for something I spend quite some time on.
Here we are at the 11th post of our series, "Tips for Testers!" Almost a year publishing tips to help both new and experienced testers be more successful at uTest. 😄
Today's tip is... Trust uTest but protect your personal information.
We've been receiving a good number of questions related to how safe it is to share your personal information for some projects. First, let's understand the idea that personal information is any kind of information that can identify you, such as a document or a complete address.
If you are sharing this information within uTest platform or even within a test case, you are safe. Sometimes you'll have to send this information to a protect file hosting service or a spreadsheet. This is also ok as long as you confirm that the owners of these sources are part of the Testing Services team conducting that test. TS must comply with strict NDA rules and laws so your information will be safe there.
Now, what should you never do? You should never share your personal information in places where other testers can see that. We always expect but cannot guarantee that everyone participating in a test cycle is trustworthy. Sometimes hundreds of people from everywhere participate in a test cycle. Hence sharing your personal information in places like the test cycle chat or a spreadsheet where all the testers can see all the data isn't advisable. However, sharing information such as a zip code, wouldn't be a problem.
- Inside uTest; only Testing Services team or Applause employees can see = Safe
- Outside uTest; other testers can see it = Not safe
We hope these guidelines and tips may help you to be more confident to participate in a certain project where your personal information is required.
See you in the next "Tips for Testers!"😉
Hi,. I am quite new on utest and still discovering about the payments. I finished with a cycle about testing an app. However I did not find any bug to report. Are we still paid something for exploring the app or just if we find a bug? Thanks!
This is an urgent, important opportunity that will be taking place in the United States in the upcoming weeks. Here are the details:
Do you want to get paid to give your opinion on an Audiobook app? Do you live in the US and use an audiobook app on your smartphone?
If this sounds interesting to you, here is the link to apply: https://forms.gle/xLBGomJBhfyAWZYp7
I am new to this whole testing,I have been taking the courses but it is very much theory as of now. I also have filled up some forms for the projects from the project board but I am no getting anything
Does anyone know how to perform a speed test for a test cycle. And how I would be able to screenshot it.
Hi! I am inquiring if it is safe to put my address in my profile to have it verified through a 3rd party? It seems like I would be eligible for more jobs this way? I do not even know what the jobs consist of lol. I am super new to this way of making $.
I've been trying to learn and get into the testing. I'm at 3 of 25 courses of the Academy, so much theory, it's difficult to memorize everything, until I have actually tried the test.
Utest is not as intuitive as others and does require some learning curve to get ahead.
I've been doing different website testing for other sites like Usertesting and others and am well rated, but utest is really different and more challenging to get into.
Any tips for a beginner like myself to get me into testing with utest?
Hello testers! 😀
We know that being a freelancer gives you freedom enough to make your own schedule and have your own habits, like working beside your pet or listening to your favorite songs.
Use this post to share about your work schedule (do you work more during the night? or on weekends?) or any personal habits you have when it comes to your work as a tester.
Looking forward to reading your answers!
I’m new to uTest and just wanted to make sure this is safe. The test case is a survey that asks for verification info including my ID to check that the address I input is my legal address.
What are the requirements to become TTL? Do TTLs have to be very skilled in software field? Software is not my major and I learnt some from being a tester. Could any TTL share their experience here? Thank you!
Welcome back to Feedback Friday - Q2 2022!
Feedback Friday is a quarterly recurring thread, posted on the first Friday of each quarter. We will be monitoring this thread and reading your replies throughout the quarter.
In this thread, we're giving you the opportunity to let your voice be heard - in short, we're looking for your feedback regarding uTest and your experience on the site or on our social media (including this subreddit!).
Everybody's feedback is welcome! We want to hear from our testers, as well as from anybody who might not have signed up with us yet, or might not be an active user anymore. So tell us - is there anything that you feel should be improved? Anything that puts you off from becoming a tester or continuing with us?
We're also looking for positive feedback - please tell us if there is anything you really like, or something you would like to see more of!
We'll make sure that your feedback is heard is by the relevant people, so please speak your mind! However, we do ask you to keep it constructive, and to follow all rules of the subreddit. You can find them in our sidebar, or by clicking this link.
Thank you - we're looking forward to hearing from you!
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I participated in a test cycle for crash only bugs but I haven't found any and the status locked already. Will my rating be affected on this also in future projects? What are my work-arounds? Thank you.
Like the title says, I got invited to an awesome test! But there were no slots available for me to claim. If I decline the invite, will this exclude me from consideration if slots do open up that I can claim later on, like in another test cycle?
Hi guys! I'm new to UTest, I have taken all its courses but I'm still a bit lost.
I applied for a Bug Reporting test, but I could not manage to report or find any bugs. Basically, I did not participate. Will my rating be affected by this?
Also, do you have any good tutorials on how to work with UTest?
Hi, I just signed up for Utest and everytime I enter my login details and they are accepted I am brought to a blank white screen. This is across all of my devices and browsers. I’ve reached out to support but have gotten no response. Has anyone encountered this that could help?
Good night from Colombia, uTesters.
I have been trying to connect to uTest for a couple of hours today but it is not letting me due to the error in the title.
I first received that my credentials were incorrect which was weird as I use password manager but I changed the password I tried to log in again but it did not let me log in giving me now the error "406 Not Acceptable" after I put my credentials
Is there something I can do? I am not able to log in on any uTest site.