Tolokers can be banned in two ways:
You can block a Toloker's access to one or more projects. This lets you control manually which Tolokers will complete tasks. For example, you can choose all Tolokers with a skill value lower than N and block their access to tasks. You can also unblock access.
The assignments submitted by banned Tolokers will be taken into account if they are not rejected using manual review. They can be reassigned by setting up the Recompletion of assignments from banned users rule.
To block access to tasks for a single Toloker:
Select a Toloker on the Tolokers page.
Click Actions → Ban, then fill in the fields:
Where to apply the ban:
|Set when to lift the ban.
We recommend blocking access temporarily in order to maintain the desired number of Tolokers for completing tasks.
|The reason for banning (only seen by the requester).
To block access to tasks for multiple Tolokers:
<annotator id 1><annotator id 2>...<annotator id n>
Click Ban, then fill in the fields (see the table above).
You can view information about access to tasks on the Toloker's page (on the Tolokers page, go to the Bans tab). To unblock access to tasks, hover over the ban line and click .
Toloka has dedicated anti-fraud system for banning dishonest Tolokers. It monitors user behavior and blocks suspicious accounts.
The main reasons for banning:
Last updated: August 3, 2023