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Newly minted Clickworkers are asked right upon registration to enter information into their profile; information such as their language abilities and interests. Of course anyone can go back and fill this information in at a later time but it is important not to completely forget to do it and leave this information blank. Why not? Qualification tests and jobs are offered based upon the data found in the Clickworker’s profile.
This is actually a new feature of our renovated workplace. Before our renovation in July the data in the profile was only for statistical purposes, they did not influence what the Clickworker was offered. Clickworkers received notice of all available qualification tests even if it called for Spanish, Finnish or Romanian and that Clickworker did not happen to speak Spanish, Finnish or Romanian.
But since then qualification tests have been directly linked to profile data. So for example, only if a person has stated in their profile that they are able to write in English they will get offered qualification tests for writing an English text. For those who have not said they have this skill, that specific qualification test will simply not appear on their page. The same concept applies for all other languages as well.
And what if you have been a Clickworker for a while and have yet to fill out your profile? Then by all means simply log on to your clickworker account. You will see the menu option “Clickworker profile”. One click on that option will bring up the form; simply enter in the missing data. For some fields you have the option of selecting more than one answer. When finished, please don’t forget to save before exiting.
If you find that even though you’ve entered in your language abilities but still are not receiving any jobs relative to those skills, just send a quick email to our support desk.
If you have any suggestions as to what could be added to the profile form or if you have any other general suggestions, we are always pleased to get helpful comments. Again send them to our support desk.
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