When selecting a task, the Toloker is first shown the instructions that you wrote. Describe what needs to be done and give examples in them.
Good instructions help the Toloker complete the task correctly. The clarity and completeness of the instructions affect response quality and the project's rating. Unclear or overly complex instructions, on the contrary, will scare off Tolokers.
If the Toloker completed the task according to the instructions, and you rejected it, they can file an appeal. It is important to make the instructions both clear and accurate.
Learn more about how to write simple and clear instructions on the Toloka website.
Write text, format it, and insert pictures, links and tables in the visual editor or using HTML markup. To switch modes, click .
To expand the editor to full screen, click .
To view the instructions as seen by the Toloker, click .
The HTML markup mode allows you to create user-friendly instructions. Declare and apply CSS styles and use allowed HTML tags.
Declare styles in the
style container or use the
style attribute in tags to assign a style.
style container can be placed at the beginning or at the end of the instructions.
The HTML markup supports basic tags:
tabletag for tables.
atag for links.
You can't insert the following in the instructions:
Objects, audio players, or video players (the
You can provide links to audio and video.
Tags that are not supported are removed from the instructions when saving the project.
To change the instructions, go to project editing, make changes and save the project.
If you edit instructions in a project that already has completed tasks, you should notify Tolokers.
Learn more about how to set up a project: