Nothing new, but different than before… As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to force people to work from home, companies are embracing new ways of working remotely. Remote testing is underestimated by many researchers. In-person testing is essential for many studies (especially for explorative and contextual research). However, remote testing has many advantages too. This article outlines what remote testing can offer. That knowledge is important while Covid-19 is pervasive, but also afterwards, striking a better balance between in-person and remote research methods. Wouldn’t that be an unexpected positive effect of Covid-19?