Oh yeah, this is the other one that causes not found! Forgot about that one!
Thanks for the suggestions! You mean removing "&MID" in the source code? I thought that needed to be there?
First of all, you're welcome. Second, welcome to the forum!Thanks for the suggestions! You mean removing "&MID" in the source code? I thought that needed to be there?
First of all, you're welcome. Second, welcome to the forum!
Unfortunately, I don't know enough about the source code side of things to be of much help, but the removing of that part of the link was a solution that some workers on this forum had found to circumvent the issue. I think this only began happening recently, as I've done surveys in the past where this did not happen. Perhaps there are other forum users who are able to speak about this from the source code perspective.
Oh, frustrating. Thanks for the follow up information though. At least now we know why this is happening!I called Qualtrics. again. Ugh. They changed their anonymous links that removed the ? in the query string. So, going forward, everyone linking the Qualtrics link to MTurk surveys needs to add the ? at the end of the link. This replaces the "&" with "?"
To clarify, you mean workers who didn't do the survey at all because of the URL problem but they submitted the HIT anyway?Do you guys think I should approve the workers who received the error even though they didn't complete the survey? I'm still learning the etiquette when there's a technical issue..
If they've contacted you about the problem, I'd send them the correct URL and ask them to complete it before you approve the HIT.correct