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    Hello, new turkers and new forum users alike!

    Here is a centralized thread where you can ask all of your questions about basically anything! Don't know how to see your rep, wondering what TO means, need good words to use for NetMSi HITs? Ask these sorts of questions here, and receive a timely response from our wonderful Senior Members.

    Happy turking!
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    where can i to reviews?

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    Quote Originally Posted by imthecrew View Post
    where can i to reviews?

    thanks
    You may need to retype this question...
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    I keep seeing people mention TO but I have no idea what it means. Help please!

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    TO stands for Turkopticon, which is a site that lets you read and post reviews of different requesters on mturk. You can check it out here to download the script for it.

    http://www.turkopticon.differenceengines.com/
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    Is there anyway to update the Pending HIT's dollar amount? It's been showing up as $47 for the past few days, and I'm sure I have more than that in pending HIT's.

    Edit: That was surprisingly simple. Thanks Sanurah!
    Last edited by FNAkun; 03-15-2013 at 07:09 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FNAkun View Post
    Is there anyway to update the Pending HIT's dollar amount? It's been showing up as $47 for the past few days, and I'm sure I have more than that in pending HIT's.
    Click on it, it will cause it to update.

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    Yeah, click it to update, and if it still doesn't work, maybe start using HIT database instead.
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    Can anyone tell me how to get check4change to work for a specific requester? I have it installed and my database keep updating, but that's as far as I was ever able to get. TIA

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    Search for a requester. Highlight the text "Your search did not match any HITs." and right click on your mouse. Scroll down to Check4Change, and choose your desired refresh rate.

    Here's the tutorial:

    http://www.check4change.com/tutorial
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