These instructions can always be accessed by clicking the blue question mark icon in the top right of your task interface.
Task Goal: Identify and label different parts of a news article, so that our teammates can evaluate each part more carefully.
Do your best! The first few tasks might take you 15 minutes or more. But you'll soon be doing these tasks in 6 minutes or less.
Delete a highlight: You can remove any mistaken highlight by clicking on it and then pressing the 'Backspace' or 'Delete' key on your keyboard.
Select different highlighters by clicking on their colored circles or corresponding answer choices.
Adjust case flags by clicking on the +/- buttons next to the case flag number OR by pressing any number key on your keyboard.
If you are having trouble understanding what the questions are asking or what each answer choice means, click on the blue question mark next to the corresponding text, and a help box will show up.
TagWorks stacks overlapping highlights: If you see multiple colored underlines, you have stacked highlights. You can delete the highlights and re-highlight as needed.
Zoom in/out: If you're having trouble reading the text, zoom in. If you can't see the full instructions pane below, zoom out. Zoom in or out using the 'View' menu of your Google Chrome web browser. You can also use keyboard shortcuts to zoom in or out. On a Mac, zoom in by holding the 'command' key and pressing the '+' key. Zoom out by holding the 'command' key and pressing the '-' key. On a PC, zoom in by holding the 'Ctrl' key and pressing the '+' key. Zoom out by holding the 'Ctrl' key and pressing the '-' key.
For precision highlighting: Hold the 'Alt' key on Windows or the 'Options' key on Mac while highlighting. You'll notice more accurate control of word/character boundaries.