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  • mikep22mikep22 Forumite
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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!

    You will most likely find your frequency of surveys is less then other sites - however in the main they pay much more then other sites, so you can earn more in 15 minutes on Prolific then in 2 hours on some other sites.

    Whether or not you earn more, I guess thats the chance we all take. We cant do multiple things at once (or if you can you are more clever then I am!)
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  • silvercarsilvercar Forumite, Board Guide
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    I have the prolific assistant which pops up a notification when I get a new survey.
    I also set the account preferences to get notifications when a new study shows up.
    Cheers!


    How do you set this up?
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  • Check your personal settings , Right Top Corner, press on that dropdown arrow next to your initials
    select Account > Preferences and make sure you activate things like Notifications for new Study
  • julicornjulicorn Forumite
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    Check your personal settings , Right Top Corner, press on that dropdown arrow next to your initials
    select Account > Preferences and make sure you activate things like Notifications for new Study

    You can switch these on, but just as a heads up it won't mean you receive much at all.
    So far, I've only received 2 survey invite emails from Prolific, both of them were already full by the time I clicked the link. Just by checking the site though, I've completed close to 30 surveys.
    Original mortgage: December 2017, £203,495
    MFW start: April 2018, £201,800
    Current: £130,500 (-£4,000 overpayment savings pot)
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    Check your personal settings , Right Top Corner, press on that dropdown arrow next to your initials
    select Account > Preferences and make sure you activate things like Notifications for new Study
    julicorn wrote: »
    You can switch these on, but just as a heads up it won't mean you receive much at all.
    So far, I've only received 2 survey invite emails from Prolific, both of them were already full by the time I clicked the link. Just by checking the site though, I've completed close to 30 surveys.

    Thanks Captain Bravo & julicorn. I have them switched on. Maybe they work better with notifications on a phone rather than emails.
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    Just got a 502 error - bit of a change up from the usual 500 error! :rotfl:
    Original mortgage: December 2017, £203,495
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  • edited 11 October 2018 at 1:48PM
    mikep22mikep22 Forumite
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    edited 11 October 2018 at 1:48PM
    julicorn wrote: »
    You can switch these on, but just as a heads up it won't mean you receive much at all.
    So far, I've only received 2 survey invite emails from Prolific, both of them were already full by the time I clicked the link. Just by checking the site though, I've completed close to 30 surveys.

    In 2 years I have 755 submissions worth £1025. It sounds like most people go around this rate.
    Debt: May 15: £17335 Jul 16: £13874 Jan 17: £11,606 Dec 18: £8,308 Sept 19: £4,969
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