Work Opportunities

How to apply, filter and what to expect from Testlio work opportunities

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Written by Doris Sooläte
Updated over a week ago

Testlio Work Opportunities board is a place that allows Testlio freelancers to browse and apply for active testing opportunities on the Testlio platform.

You can access active work opportunities directly from your Testlio Work board or use this direct link.

By default, all active work opportunities are shown in the chronological order under the Recent tab.

You can also sort work opportunities based on what best fits your profile by clicking on the Recommended tab.

  • Perfect match means that you match with the work opportunity 100%

  • Good match means meeting the country filter criteria for the work opportunity and fulfilling at least 75% of the other specified requirements.

Additionally, you can go to the Applied tab and see all the work opportunities you have applied to.


Once you click on a work opportunity, you can see the requirements that are necessary to be able to apply for the work opportunity, such as location or device.
Additionally, you can see the testing type needed for this.

Please note that green indicates requirements that match with your profile, and grey indicates requirements that you do not match with, and therefore are not able to apply.

Email alerts

We are also sending out email notifications to freelancers who are 100% matching with a work opportunity.

How to apply for a work opportunity?

Make sure to read everything carefully before applying. Some work opportunities also have additional questions that you need to answer while applying.

If the 'Apply' button is not active, this means that you don't fulfill all the requirements that are necessary for applying to this work opportunity.

How will I know if I got selected?

Once the work opportunity is closed, you will be either added to the workspace as your application was accepted, or you will receive a rejection email regarding the specific work opportunity you applied to.

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