Fast responses

Restrict the pool access for performers who respond too quickly to:
  • Suspend access for performers who cheat in their responses (in this case, set the time required to complete a task page giving random responses).

  • Provide protection from robots (in this case, the time for completing the task page should be 2 times less).

To estimate the time required to complete a page:

Rule settings

Field

Description

Recent values to use

The number of the recent task pages completed by the performer.

To calculate pages from all project pools, fill in the field in the rule for each pool.

If this field is not filled in, the calculation includes only pages that contain tasks from the pool to which the rule applies.

Minimum time per task suite

The task page completion time (in seconds). Everything that is completed faster is considered a quick response.

If

A condition for performing the action in the then field:
  • number of responses — The number of the performer's recent responses (less than or equal to the number in the Recent values to use field).

  • number of fast responses — Allowed number of fast responses (out of the recent ones).

To add multiple conditions, click .

then

Action to perform for the condition:

  • assign skill value — Assign a fixed value to the skill.

  • suspend — Suspend the performer's access to the pool for the specified number of days. Only the requester can view the reason for the ban.

  • ban — Block access to the project or all requester's projects for the specified number of days. Only the requester can view the reason for the ban.

    If access to tasks is blocked temporarily (for example, for 7 days), the history of the performer's responses is not saved after the ban is lifted. The skill value is based on new responses.

Examples of rules

Examples are provided for simple classification. There are 10 tasks per page.

Blocking for fast responses


A performer who completes a task in less than 10 seconds is blocked and can't to complete your tasks anymore.

Suspension in the pool for fast responses


A performer who completes two task pages in less than 20 seconds is suspended from accessing the pool and can't complete your tasks for 10 days.