Becoming a Freelancer

A step-by-step guide on becoming a freelancer at Testlio

Kaspar Kikerpill avatar
Written by Kaspar Kikerpill
Updated over a week ago

Freelancers can join the Testlio Network as a:

  1. Tester

  2. Test Lead

  3. Quality Engineer

If you're interested in joining our network, you can find more information about the requirements for each role and apply directly on our webpage. To create an account on the Testlio platform:

  1. Enter your email, set up your password, and add your first and last name

  2. Check the checkbox to Agree to our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy, and MSA

  3. Click on the "Sign up" button

  4. Check your email inbox and click on the email verification link.

  5. You will be directed to the Testlio Platform where you can complete the registration process.

Steps to Complete the Registration Process

To get the most out of your experience on our platform, we recommend completing the following steps:

  1. Profile: Ensure that you complete all sections of your profile to increase your chances of receiving suitable testing invitations.

  2. Devices: Add all the devices and operating system versions you have available for testing to your profile.

  3. Working Preferences: Let us know your working preferences so that we can match you with the most suitable testing opportunities.

  4. Payment Details: Make sure to link your Payoneer or PayPal account so that we can process your weekly payments seamlessly.

  5. Certifications: Register and pass at least one capability-specific certification to showcase your skills and increase your chances of getting selected for more testing opportunities.

  6. ID verification: After earning a certification, you are also asked to verify your ID.

We also provide materials that will help you succeed while getting your Testlio certifications.

Pro tip: Follow our built-in product tours when you are prompted with one.

Once you have completed the registration process, you will be contacted via email as soon as we have a suitable workspace for you. You can read more about how to get invited to workspaces here.

If you have any questions, feel free to explore our Help Center or reach out to us at

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