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Thread: Suggestions for Turk Alert

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    Here is the list as it stands, helplessly lol:

    Site stuff:
    - Have the page that appears after adding a new requester (Notice: requester (rid) was successfully added to your watchlist!) or turning on their email alerts (Notice: You will now receive e-mail alerts when requester posts new HITs!) autorefresh to the watchlist after 10 seconds
    - Include rate of pay, qualifications, autoapproval time in emails and on front page
    - Transition to a node.js based backend to enable almost real-time notifications (could also serve as the engine for mobile/desktop TA versions)
    - Dedicate a section of the site to a full listing of requesters ordered by popularity (i.e., number of watchers)
    - see when a requester last posted a job on mTurk
    - Requester trends/graphs (like tlr beer HITs are known to show before the 10th of the month)

    Turkers:
    - option: set when you get alerts (i.e. turn them off overnight)
    - option: add a note about a requester which shows up on their email alerts
    - option: change the time for refreshing the list on the front page of TA
    - option: front page only shows requesters on person's watchlist
    - option: use a set of keywords for the list on the front page of TA
    - faster emails
    - alerts for specific HITs, not just Requesters
    - Requester history, where you can easily check if you missed a requester.
    - add-on or extension which alerts you in-browser when an alert comes through
    It's all good.

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