You can download performers' responses in a TSV file as tasks are completed.
Getting the TSV file with responses
To get a TSV file with performers' responses, click the Download results button on the pool page.
- Fields in the TSV file with responses
INPUT:<name of the input data field>— Input data for tasks.
HINT:text— Hints for training tasks.
Information about the task completion (the same for all tasks on the page):
ASSIGNMENT:link— Link for viewing the task suite.
ASSIGNMENT:assignment_id— ID of the assigned task suite.
ASSIGNMENT:worker_id— ID of the performer who completed the task.
ASSIGNMENT:started— Date and time the task suite was assigned.
ASSIGNMENT:status— Task status:
- Sample TSV file
If the performers were asked to upload files, the TSV file with responses will contain IDs of the files received from performers. To download files on your computer, click thebutton on the pool page.
- Assign them a hidden skill, or use an existing skill linked to the pool.
- Go to Messages and click Write → Group → Add filter → Choose your skill → <skill name>.
- If you created a new skill, specify the value you assigned to the chosen group, (for example, 1). If you use an existing skill, specify the minimum value.
No. After sending a task, the performer can't make any changes to it. You can add tasks that were completed incorrectly to a new pool.
No, you can't fix anything in the task itself. However, you can do this manually in the results file.
You can only accept or reject an assignment.
Simply give the performer a separate reward without changing the task status. You can't change the task status in the pool in this case.
Accept the task and update the instructions. Otherwise, you violate the Requester Agreement that requires to clearly state the task requirements and the results expected from the user.
No. For example, there are 10 tasks in a suite that costs $0.10, and the performer did 2 of them incorrectly.
You can't accept the correct answers and pay for this part ($0.08). Response pages are accepted or rejected in their entirety.
Perhaps the performers found your tasks too difficult. Try to simplify them.
Shorten instructions and rewrite using simpler language. Add pictures and examples.
Make the interface more user-friendly and don't make the performer complete unnecessary actions. Use keyboard shortcuts.
Reply to messages from performers regularly. Try to provide feedback as fast as possible. Correct errors promptly and use mailing lists to notify performers of changes.
When you upload a file with rows, double quotes indicate an area where you can use special characters (tabs or line breaks). Toloka merges everything in between the quotes into one row to make up one task. To use double quotes inside such an area, you need to escape them with another quote. Read more here.
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