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What does a UserTesting contributor do?
A UserTesting contributor, sometimes referred to as a website tester, completes tasks on a website, app, or prototype and speaks their thoughts out loud.
There are two types of tests you can take as a contributor. One is called Live Conversation—a live interview with one of UserTesting’s customers. You'll meet with a customer via videoconference, and they'll ask you what you think about products or experiences in a casual conversation.
The other is a recorded, self-guided test (sometimes called an unmoderated test) that you take in your own time, by yourself, on your mobile or desktop devices.
Do I need any experience to become a UserTesting contributor?
As long as you’re at least 18 years old, you don’t need any special experience to get paid to test. UserTesting customers want to gather your unique perspective, so all you need to do is share your thoughts out loud using your mobile or desktop device, no prior experience required!
Do contributors need to speak certain languages?
We require all applicants to speak English, German, or French during their practice test. While you don’t need to be a native English, German, or French speaker to apply, you do need to be comfortable reading, writing, and speaking in English, German, or French to be a UserTesting contributor.
Additionally, once you’re accepted to the UserTesting Contributor Network, you can take tests that require other languages you speak if they become available.
Do I have to be in the United States to get paid to test?
Nope! UserTesting contributors are located all around the world. We accept contributors from many countries in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, and more.
Please note that if you’re traveling to a different country, please don't take tests during your travels. Your location won’t match the country stated in your profile. This is important because many of our tests incorporate location-based services, and this must be accurate to be valuable to our customers.