Filling Out Your Profile

Everything you need to know about creating your Profile on the Testlio Platform

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Written by Doris Sooläte
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You can fill out your Profile by logging in to the Testlio Platform, clicking on your avatar in the upper right corner and selecting “Profile” from the dropdown menu.

Profiles are filterable and searchable for both Testlio services professionals and clients to better discover and match great freelancers with the right workspace. Please also consider that when choosing your profile picture to keep things professional. Furthermore, having other crowd-sourced platform company names in either your Testlio account email or resource sharing email address is not viewed as professional and may potentially impact your chances of receiving invitations to workspaces.

You will establish trust and confidence by completing all sections of the Profile.

The 'About you' section should compellingly describe your previous professional experience, showcase some of your accomplishments, and highlight your greatest strengths. This is a great way to tell your story and stand out from others.

The 'Name' field should have the same name as it is mentioned on your ID document. If you need to make changes to your name, you can reach out to us via or via the built-in chat on the right bottom corner in the platform view.

We would also like to know about your interests, skills, and industry knowledge. You can search for the attribute from the drop-down list or add a new one by simply typing it in and clicking the Enter button. Similarly, you can add your subscriptions, payments, and apps where you consider yourself a power user.

List of Testing Skills you can choose from:

  • Analytics testing: tracking and monitoring tools that are critical for business value.

  • API testing: end-point testing for input/output consistency and performance.

  • App testing: mobile, OTT, wearable, and other applications.

  • Beta testing: candidate GA release.

  • Build testing: packaged software applications.

  • Content testing: tracking content and product usage for compliance and more.

  • Design testing: software concepts and prototypes.

  • Device testing: unique hardware/OS combinations that drive experiences.

  • Functional testing: individual commands and features in black box situations.

  • Localization testing: language translations and regional/cultural screen experiences.

  • Location testing: in-field situations driven by networks, transportation, buildings, and more.

  • Payments testing: fintech systems for real financial transactions.

  • Production testing: released software experiences.

  • Role testing: products with multiple key roles (e.g. admin and user).

  • Setup testing: software offerings with multiple configuration options.

  • Streaming testing: digital content (entertainment, learning, etc) delivered via audio/video including livestream events.

  • Voice testing: audio command response systems.

  • Web testing: different web-based systems, inclusive of multiple browser/OS combos.

Here's an example of a Tester profile view:

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