@Harpreet S wrote:
sometime screenshot are shown in the work dairy then what i can do to manage ?
As long as you are not googling how to do something you say you are capable of.....
Before applying to a job you need to assess if your confident in your skill to provide 100% of requirements.
It might be acceptable to use Google for example if the task is Web research.
For finding a way how to finish a project I would recommended investing time before applying to hone the skills you want to develop and advertise on your profile. Finally, you need to speak with your client and agree on the approach you'll take in working on their job, and confirm whether certain activities would be allowed.
So here's the problem:
There is a certain type of freelancers who don't even make an effort to learn or master skills. They replicate or share techniques for trying to get easy money through online freelancing. These techniques include copying profile content (including profile overview text and profile pictures) from other people, from the Internet. They cheat on tests by using test answers posted online on nefarious websites. They copy profile items from the Internet. And they list skills that they don't have.
Then, they apply to just about any job, thinking that they can use google to find content to pass off onto clients, or look up how to do anything that clients ask them to do. It's a very "industrious" approach, one might say. It's also very dishonest.
The original poster of this thread is a good, honest person. But some of these questions about googling how to do something remind people of that other type of freelancer... the "copy-and-paste" freelancer who is not honest.