Discussion in 'Great HITs' started by Tjbot, Mar 24, 2020.
About 4 min
Title: Behaviors and Opinions on the Coronavirus(~ 8 minutes) | Accept
Requester: Behavioral Lab [A2YCGKXGFSIR71] Contact
TV: [Hrly=$16.01] [Pay=Good] [Approval=~24 hrs] [Comm=Excellent] [Rej=0] [Blk=0]
TO: [Pay=4.66] [Fast=4.99] [Comm=4.84] [Fair=5.00] [Reviews=128] [ToS=0]
TO2: No Reviews
Description: Participate in a shopping study - $0.75 HIT for a short survey (~7-9 min)
Qualifications: Total approved HITs GreaterThanOrEqualTo 100; b1536f2e DoesNotExist ; Exc: [2009618776-205662] DoesNotExist ; HIT approval rate (%) GreaterThanOrEqualTo 95; Location In US
Title: Follow up survey #1 (Earn up to $20!)(~ 10 minutes) | Accept
Requester: Michael Inzlicht [AH6IPOHU1QLC2] Contact
TV: [Hrly=$14.04] [Pay=Good] [Approval=~24 hrs] [Comm=Excellent] [Rej=1] [Blk=0]
TO: [Pay=2.64] [Fast=3.78] [Comm=2.77] [Fair=3.86] [Reviews=148] [ToS=5]
TO2: No Reviews
Description: This is the 1st of 6 follow up surveys for the survey you completed on March 22nd
Qualifications: Inc: [205831-205687] Exists ; Exc: [206276-205687] DoesNotExist ; Location In US
I'm seeing rejections on facebook, but mine approved.
Reading your post made me Had to go look and it was approved also.
Wow many reported rejections in TV/TO. We got lucky. Looks like a bunch of error rejections because the feedback is 'X'
EDIT: Oh wait I found one where requester responded to one saying "many people did not fill out the free text, especially to provide age"
I could totally see that happening on a 20 min. timer. People were hustling for sure!
Small pay cut.
Title: Study on social behavior during COVID crisis | PANDA
Requester: Danilo Bzdok [A1XNNRXY6J6Z8V] (TO)
★★★★★ 1.00 Communicativity
★★★★★ 2.33 Generosity
★★★★★ 1.80 Fairness
★★★★★ 2.33 Promptness
Number of Reviews: 7 | TOS Flags: 0
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Description: The rapidly accelerating COVID pandemic must be better understood. Please *help us*. Research teams in Oxford (UK), from Institut Pasteur (France) and McGill University (Canada) unit their areas of expertise to investigate societal consequences
HITs Available: 1
Qualifications: Location EqualTo US-NC
The above "classic" export came from HIT Scraper. Which brings up a question:
Are there any newer scraper-ish scripts which can do multiple pages of HITs / more than 100 HITs?
My usual day starts with using scraper with 10 pages of 100 to get a list of absolutely everything I'm qualified for (then I immediately stop it). Then I start HIT forker for normal use. That way I can go back and pick through the scaper list of old stuff when I've nothing better to do. But scraper really is a relic and I'd love to replace it.
Do imaginary friends count?
Title: A short survey about 5 of your friends(~ 17 minutes) | PANDA
Requester: Nicholas Matthews [A255CJ7UAH2VM1] (Req TV): $11.60/hr/hr
(TO): [Pay: N/A] [Fair: N/A] [Comm: N/A] [Fast: N/A]
Description: You are invited to respond to a survey that asks you several questions about 5 of your friends. The study will also ask you about your moral beliefs. The survey takes about 15-20 minutes to complete. You will receive $1.75 in your MTurk account in exchange for participating.
Time: 1 hour(s)
HITs Available: 1
Qualifications: Total approved HITs GreaterThanOrEqualTo 100; Exc: [118255093-191438] DoesNotExist ; HIT approval rate (%) GreaterThanOrEqualTo 98; Location In US;
I think that the Forker or Finder does the same thing as a Scraper with an exception of showing logged HITs. It will show more than 100 HITs in one long page but you have no way of knowing whether the HITs are still available or not. I missed that with the Scraper, it'll only show you HITs that are up, I think.