Image Annotation Project Ideas

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Annotation plays an important role in highlighting and labeling every aspect of a given presentation. With a vast number of images shared in the internet, annotation is the key to provide notes and highlight the characteristics and qualities and/or imperfections of the photos. Images were first annotated with text descriptions and tags. However,  text annotation in images […]

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The Include/Exclude List and Remove Feature for Workers

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There’s no better way of working when your jobs are not properly organized. When the list of available jobs are excessively many, it’s hard to choose which one to perform first and the least to do. We have given a solution where you can now list the jobs in a systematic way. With our Include/Exclude […]

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Default Spreadsheet Templates

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What better way to lay out your data collection campaign? It’s through using a Spreadsheet form! Spreadsheet is an essential tool to organize and categorize data in a structured way. Once data is entered into your spreadsheet, it can already help you formulate and grow your business. We have made it easier for you to […]

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Exclude List Feature for Employers and Workers

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To ensure the quality of jobs in Microworkers, Exclude List feature is available for our Employers where they can exclude a certain worker/s to participate in their future campaigns and/or campaigns for restart. How to do this? Read on. Click on the “Account” tab found in the Jobs page. It will redirect you to your […]

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What’s New in MW: Unique Answers Feature

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Resulting to duplicate/similar answers in a single campaign is possible when workers submit their proofs. To prevent this, we have implemented the “Unique Answers Feature”. With this feature, you are ensured that all submissions/answers are distinct. The good thing about this feature is you can enable it during campaign creation or when your campaign is active. Let’s use a […]

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