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Training Toolkit: Incentive Server - Example

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A step-by-step guide on how to use the Incentive Server.

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Training Toolkit: Incentive Server - Example

  1. 1. INCENTIVE SERVER Usage examples
  2. 2. This is the main page of the Incentive Server. As stated above, first we need to log in.
  3. 3. Click here to log in, and enjoy the functionalities of the Incentive Server
  4. 4. Enter here your username And here your password
  5. 5. And Click “Log in”
  6. 6. This is the main page for logged in users. As you can see, there are some new features now. Of course, we will focus on SmartSociety’s features. Let’s click there…
  7. 7. Here are the possible features you can use: Send Incentive – allows you to send incentives to both collectives and peer, with custom or preconfigures messages. Send Collective Reminder – allows you to send a reminder incentive to a collective. Invalidate from Collective – allows you to invalidate individual peers from a collective that is about to be reminded. The last two options will be mainly used by the PeerManager.
  8. 8. Lets start with “Send Collective Reminder”
  9. 9. First, we need to insert the id of the collective that is about to be reminded
  10. 10. Second, we need to insert the reminder message
  11. 11. Lastly, we need to insert the time that the reminder should be sent, represented by UNIX timestamp
  12. 12. And of course, click “Send Incentive” to send the request to the Incentive Server.
  13. 13. Now, let’s invalidate some peers! Click on “Invalidate from Collective”
  14. 14. Here you are presented with two options: You can either enter the collective id and click “Continue”
  15. 15. Or just navigate directly to the appropriate page. In our example, /invalidate/6802/
  16. 16. Let’s enter the collective id, and click “Continue”
  17. 17. Now, we are in the page that allows us to invalidate the peers. To do so, we need to insert their ids, separated by semicolons.
  18. 18. And of course, click “Invalidate” to send the request to the Incentive Server.
  19. 19. We saved the best for the last! Let’s look at “Send Incentive” feature, that provides a more flexible incentivizing options.
  20. 20. Here, we need the name of the project, that the its user (peer or collective) is going to be incentivized. Let’s call our app “WriteShare”.
  21. 21. Here, we need choose the type of the user we incentivizing. Let’s choose “Peer” this time.
  22. 22. Here, we need to enter the user id. This time it will be the Peer id.
  23. 23. Here, we choose the type of the incentive we want to send: Message – if we want to write our own incentive message Preconfigured – if we want to use a preconfigured incentive. This time, we’ll choose “Message”.
  24. 24. Here, we need to enter the message content of our incentive. Note – If we chose “Preconfigured”, we had to put here the id of the preconfigured incentive.
  25. 25. Lastly, we need to insert the time that the incentive should be sent, represented by UNIX timestamp. If you want the Incentive Server to be sent after a timeout that is defined by the system, you can leave this field empty.
  26. 26. And of course, click “Send Incentive” to send the request to the Incentive Server.
  27. 27. AND THAT’S IT… EASY RIGHT?

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