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Transcription involves converting spoken audio into a written document. The discussion is in your Regional Language, translate that into English in your words without summarising.

You don't need to have any experience, you just need to have good English skills.

There is no time limit. We will not treat your application differently if you spend less or more than the recommended amount of time (30 minutes) on the application. Please take as much time as you need to complete your application as accurately and thoroughly as possible.

You will hear back within one week. If you are approved, you can start working immediately!

Work as much or as little as you want, whenever you want. You can claim a audio at any time of the day, on every audio time scheduke is given so you can choose according to your comfortability.

We never close accounts due to inactivity - if you need to take a break from working and come back later, we will always be happy to have you back.

  1. The first step is to apply through our online application, which consists of a grammar quiz and a transcription test. These test your mastery of the English language and your ability to learn and apply necessary transcription skills.
  1. If you are selected for the job, you'll receive an email letting you know when you can start working. In most cases, you'll be able to start immediately.
  1. If you’re approved, you will be taken to a short free training course to help you practice your transcription skills.
  1. When you’re done with training, you can claim your first job.
  1. You’ll receive a grade and feedback on each of your jobs from an experienced transcriptionist. This will help you learn the skills and keep improving every day!
  1. We payout every 15th to your Bank account—no exceptions. If you’ve completed any transcriptions in the previous month, you’ll have money in your pocket on 15thof next month.


Listen carefully to the audio sample and type out the words with minimal errors.

As the spoken word is not always grammatically correct, your transcription should preserve the original speech. Please do not write what you think the speaker meant to say.

Don’t paraphrase, substitute or omit words

Don’t rearrange the order of speech

Don’t correct or edit a speaker’s grammar

Don’t correct pronunciation unless it distracts from readability

Editing for readability

Use your best judgment to edit for readability by omitting content that distracts a reader from the core content.

  • You can omit filler words (ums, ahs), false starts, stutters and repetitions.
  • You can also omit quick interjections, such as someone saying "mm-hmm", unless it is a direct response to a question.

However, never change the story being told.

  • Don't correct a speaker's grammar or pronunciation that is easily understood. E.g. "gonna" should stay as "gonna".
  • Don’t edit or omit special words, entire sentences, or expletives.
  • If in doubt, don't omit the word(s).

Grammar & research

Research proper spellings and capitalizations for essential words, phrases and terminology you may not be familiar with.

  1. Always Google proper spelling of proper nouns and topic-specific vocab (e.g., Instructables, DIY, soldering iron).

  2. If a spelling is not easily researchable, make your best guess using a standard or phonetic spelling of the word.

  3. Spell words consistently throughout the transcript.

Handling difficult audio or words

When you cannot confidently hear or understand a word or phrase, insert a timestamp (mentioning the time of audio where that word is said). Do not just leave it blank or add your own notation (e.g. *unclear audio*)