I have completed my profile and have now been waiting for over 48hrs for it to be approved.
I did not recieve any notificiation saying it was in the approval process either. I am just wanting to know if there is any way i can check on the status to make sure i have not done something incorrectly?
Just to confirm that your application haven't been submitted for a review. You will need to your city in the "City" field as well. If you`re ready please go to the bottom of the page and click on Review Application.
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I created my profile yesterday and was able to immediately start submitting proposals, so I sent out a few. This morning I got a notification that my profile was approved and that I could now start submitting proposals. After some reading on here, I realize that it seems that you're not supposed to be able to submit proposals before being approved.
Is there any way to know if my previously submitted proposals can actually be seen by the job posters? I just want to make sure they didn't end up in some kind of void because they were sent before I was approved.
Go to the main page. Under "Find Work" there is a tab that says "Proposals". Your proposals should be there. I suspect your profile was approved when you submitted them and the notification was just delayed for some reason.
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