MyLot TASKS

Philippines
November 21, 2010 1:10pm CST
Have you encountered doing a tasks by checking the details first, just looking if you can accomplish it before accepting it? This is my way of handling tasks here in mylot. Im afraid i may not finish it before the time expires. But the bad thing was, when im done checking the details, i immediately work on it and when im almost done and decided to tick the accept button on my choice of task, it says "sorry no more slots available on this tasks" something like that, i don't remember exactly what it is. So, i felt bad, useless effort and the most important thing, "NO REWARD". Haha! Now, i learned my lesson! Have you been in this situation before?
2 responses
• United States
21 Nov 10
That is exactly how I do my tasks both on here and on microworkers. But before I do I make sure they are enough slots to be able to do the task. Reason why I do it that way is that I do not want to feel the pressures of having only so many minutes to be able to complete the task. Thus far I have been successful with it.
• Philippines
24 Nov 10
Same here. i don't like time pressure at all. by the way, how will i know if there are enough slots for the tasks?
• United States
24 Nov 10
When you review the task prior to accepting it says in the description 1 of 1 available. This gives you an idea of how many are left, as for example you will see 32 of 50 available. Good luck with this
@hushi22 (4940)
22 Nov 10
i usually do that, too, but recently i had a bad experience when it took me days before i received the welcome email from the site i joined which was on the task list so i wasnt paid.
• Philippines
24 Nov 10
you mean, in times, even if you have accepted and submitted the tasks its possible that you wont get paid? maybe if this case usually happens, mylot should add more details about when tasks are accepted and submitted. just to be fair. right? i don't know if mylot already have details like that cause its just a week since i joined here, and there are lot of things that i don't know and i should know. thanks for sharing your experience.