If you are signing in to test.io, you will notice that both the URL and the layout have changed. Most significantly, you will see the name Cirro and the domain cirro.io for the first time. Don't worry, test.io did not get hacked.
First things first: There is nothing you have to do. Your test.io credentials will continue to work as before. If you are a tester on test.io you will be able to work exactly as you did before. If you want to change your password, you will automatically be redirected to Cirro. If you are interested to learn what this is all about, keep reading.
What Is Cirro?
Cirro is the name of test.io's main backend. Behind the scenes, Cirro manages accounts, invitations, and other core functions of the test.io platform. In the future, Cirro will also power additional platforms providing new services to customers and new paid opportunities to crowd workers.
Why Did We Change the Sign in Page?
We decided to make Cirro visible to you as a first step in introducing the future Cirro platform. Signing in through Cirro means we can offer universal sign in for any additional services we offer in the future. The Cirro platform will allow you — among other things — to manage which services you are interested in, your billing/payout settings, and your communication preferences. The Cirro sign in page will offer social sign in options as well, starting with sign in via EPAM.
We hope you are as excited as we are about the prospect of new opportunities Cirro will bring to you. If you have any questions or concerns about the new sign in page or Cirro, please get in touch.