A part of a web page that can contain various objects: images, text, input fields, and others. The Toloka user reads the instructions for the task, completes it and enters responses.
Settings for creating tasks:
Parameters for objects that are shown on the task page (images, text, and so on).;
Parameters for input fields.
The visual appearance of tasks.
Sets of tasks that share the same properties (such as user selection settings and payment for a task suite) and are sent out for completion at the same time.
The number of users performing the same task (overlap is used to make sure the results are reliable).
- Task suite
- Tasks placed on the same page. A suite may consist of a single task.
- Training tasks
Tasks for training users.
Training tasks contain correct responses and hints. If a user responds incorrectly, a hint is displayed on the screen. The user must enter the correct response before continuing to the next task.
- Control tasks
Tasks with correct responses. They are used for controlling the quality of responses.
- Majority vote
A quality control approach that considers a response correct if it is chosen by the majority of users. Other responses are considered incorrect.
An assessment of the user's performance (a number from 0 to 100) that can change as tasks are completed. Skills are used for user selection in a pool.
- Checking tasks
Manually checking the responses received by the requester. The requester accepts or rejects the responses. Rejected responses aren't paid for.