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Would two big project done back to back be considered as one big project?

2a05aa63
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Viacheslav K Member Since: Sep 9, 2015
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Incognito mode = non-authentificated account = not enterprise client = not pro client = client so it shows Top Rated (not Top Rated Pro, not Expert Vet) by default.

Only authenticated Enterprice clients see Expert Vet.
Only authenticated Pro clients see Top Rated Plus.

Everyone else sees Top Rated. 

yitwail
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John K Member Since: Feb 17, 2015
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Viacheslav K wrote:

Incognito mode = non-authentificated account = not enterprise client = not pro client = client so it shows Top Rated (not Top Rated Pro, not Extra Vet) by default.

Only authenticated Enterprice clients see Extra Vet.
Only authenticated Pro clients see Top Rated Plus.

Everyone else sees Top Rated. 


Or to simplify this for the less technically inclined, when opening an incognito/private window, a client would need to login again even if they were previously logged in, to see the EV or TR+ badges

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tomzilla1
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Tom Z Member Since: Jul 10, 2016
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Viacheslav K wrote:

Incognito mode = non-authentificated account = not enterprise client = not pro client = client so it shows Top Rated (not Top Rated Pro, not Expert Vet) by default.

Only authenticated Enterprice clients see Expert Vet.
Only authenticated Pro clients see Top Rated Plus.

Everyone else sees Top Rated. 


I think they should change that. Especially if it's a new client, they don't know that... and then there's a link right next to Top Rated that shows Top Rated is "entry level" - this gives the client the feeling that you are only Top Rated and not Top Rated Plus. I'm fine with the Exp Vetted.

a_lipsey
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Amanda L Member Since: Jan 23, 2018
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Unless your client in question is Enterprise or Pro they will only see Top Rated. This is by design, as they say. 

dibwe
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Stan D Member Since: Jun 5, 2020
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Hi there!

 

I received an email from Upwork to tell me that I have earned Top Rated Plus status. I can see it on the "My Stats" page, but in reality, it is the Top Rated status that is displayed on my profile. Can you please assist me?

 

Kind
Stan D

bstojadinovic
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Bojan S Moderator Member Since: Mar 9, 2018
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Hi Stan,

 

Please note that Business and Enterprise clients, along with Plus clients, can see your Top Rated Plus badge. We eventually plan to roll it out to all Basic clients too.

 

Thank you! 

~ Bojan
Upwork
dibwe
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Stan D Member Since: Jun 5, 2020
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Thank you for this information.
aminchok2000
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Amin A Member Since: Jul 21, 2019
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So, one of the requirements to be Top Rated Plus for the design field is to have a large project($5000+)

I don't have that big of a project yet.

But what I will soon have is two somewhat big projects ($3000+ each) from one client made back to back.
They are essentially one big project split in two for convenience and easier management.

Would they count as one big project in the eyes of upwork, or are requirements very strict and i should have one $5000+ project?

2a05aa63
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Viacheslav K Member Since: Sep 9, 2015
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one contract needs to be over $5000. It won't add up separate contacts even if it's the same client.

shwetags12
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Shweta S Member Since: Jun 25, 2017
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Hi all,

I am on my way to Top Rated. I was wondering if there is any advantage in being Top rated plus Vs just Top rated? 

 

Just debating if it is worth getting stuck in one job for a long time to get the plus badge or keep working on short gigs which are more fun.

 

It looks like top-rated and top-rated plus have the same benefits. Moreover, free clients (majority of the jobs) don't see any difference in the badge either.

 

Anyone with top-rated plus - did it feel worth it? Why?