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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Boost Your Income
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  • mikep22mikep22 Forumite
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    Oxford branding ones available, mine is going on and on and on and on and on and on....it is duller then a fish called dull. £1.70 of goodness though.
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    I just couldn't face something so dull at this time of the morning!
  • mikep22mikep22 Forumite
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    AprilLady wrote: »
    I just couldn't face something so dull at this time of the morning!

    The levels of dullness were ferocious to be fair. I just kept thinking of the amount of tinned peas I could buy...
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    Think I got one of the last places on the packaging one. It kept saying it was full after I clicked through, 4th attempt and it was available.

    Glad everyone else found it as boring as I did.
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  • mikep22mikep22 Forumite
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    silvercar wrote: »
    Think I got one of the last places on the packaging one. It kept saying it was full after I clicked through, 4th attempt and it was available.

    Glad everyone else found it as boring as I did.

    I dont understand why they think that making us drag stuff makes it anymore interesting. Give us a scale, we can click it nice and easy. Job done.

    Instead we have to drag stuff into boxes, we cant see where it is being dragged too as they make it MASSIVE and it feels they ask the same question at least 4 times. Grr.

    Still, better then nout, and been dry ever since :(
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    Three short studies on happiness, puzzles and football (M2)
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  • In the last 2 days I've been checking Prolific every 2 hours for a new Study, but there was absolutely nothing :) Weird or this is the norm ?
  • mikep22mikep22 Forumite
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    In the last 2 days I've been checking Prolific every 2 hours for a new Study, but there was absolutely nothing :) Weird or this is the norm ?

    I think if that is what you, are doing you arent likely to get many surveys to be honest.

    There are not that many available currently, so those that do appear places get snapped up very quickly and are unlikely to be on the site more then a few minutes. I would imagine most of us keep the tab open most of the time (it auto refreshes) and I have the prolific assistant which pops up a notification when I get a new survey.
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  • Ok got it.
    I will leave the tab open instead of checking the site a few times a day, makes sense :)
    I wasn't aware that it auto refreshes and now I also set the account preferences to get notifications when a new study shows up.
    Cheers!
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