Check that — if uTesters have made the decision to take on paid projects with our customers from around the globe, they are working from home, as our community of 150,000+ is always testing in the wild where they live, work and play. Additionally, there’s a large contingent, that, while they may not be testing with uTest specifically, are on teams in their day jobs that are remote.
I myself enjoy the comfort and flexibility that uTest and Applause have graciously afforded me by working from home from time to time, but I’m also a realist. I know that it can be a distraction, and need some tools in my digital toolkit to keep me productive.
There was a great piece recently in the Harvard Business Review (HBR) that covered such things to buy, download or do when working remotely, and some of them no doubt can be helpful to the testing world: