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Hello admins and senior members, I knew Reputation is important in Relevant community. But i am still confuse how to earn or get reputation? What is the best way to increase reputation? Hope someone will answer my question. Thank you. ...
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Hello admins and senior members, I knew Reputation is important in Relevant community. But i am still confuse how to earn or get reputation? What is the best way to increase reputation? Hope someone will answer my question. Thank you. ...
Always state your concern or submission please, don't just say/type 'hi'; it is against the community's rule and can only attract downvote to you. This [https://relevant.community/general/post/5f442f65800055001716f84f](https://relevant.community/general/post/5f442f65800055001716f84f) is a good read to give you the right footings here.
Always state your concern or submission please, don't just say/type 'hi'; it is against the community's rule and can only attract downvote to you. This [https://relevant.community/general/post/5f442f65800055001716f84f](https://relevant.community/general/post/5f442f65800055001716f84f) is a good read to give you the right footings here.
[@ChainzeMai](/user/profile/ChainzeMai) though it was a little confusing to me before I realized that you edited your post, I am happy that you are getting to understand how Relevant works. As touching your question in this new post, I want to believe you have a practical example already in the sense that the post got upvoted by High Reputation members and your Reputation increased accordingly. The only way to earn/get Reputation is by posting Relevant and Quality comments, that includes text-posts which has great acceptability in Support community. When your comment get an upvote from High Reputation members, your own Reputation will increase as well.
[@ChainzeMai](/user/profile/ChainzeMai) though it was a little confusing to me before I realized that you edited your post, I am happy that you are getting to understand how Relevant works. As touching your question in this new post, I want to believe you have a practical example already in the sense that the post got upvoted by High Reputation members and your Reputation increased accordingly. The only way to earn/get Reputation is by posting Relevant and Quality comments, that includes text-posts which has great acceptability in Support community. When your comment get an upvote from High Reputation members, your own Reputation will increase as well.
Absolutely right sir [@joefun90](/user/profile/joefun90) . I see this kind of activities all the time.But I am not a senior member like you. I am afraid of downvoting so I am unable to say anything.
Absolutely right sir [@joefun90](/user/profile/joefun90) . I see this kind of activities all the time.But I am not a senior member like you. I am afraid of downvoting so I am unable to say anything.
[@Engg_mithlesh](/user/profile/Engg_mithlesh) I used to have that kind of fear when I newly joined Relevant too, but whenever I consider whatever comment I was going to make and I am sure it is the truth without any bias, the fear disappears. Rest assured you wouldn't be the only observer/upholder of truth. You might want to take screenshots in some instances though, just as a layer of explaining/proofing your point later should there be need. To those who might get confused as to what this discussion is about, here is it: The original post made by [@ChainzeMai](/user/profile/ChainzeMai) was "hi" and it was to that I made my first comment. Some days later while reading through the feed, boom there is a contradiction between my comment and the post because [@ChainzeMai](/user/profile/ChainzeMai) had edited the post into what it is now. Interestingly and surprisingly, this edited post currently has a very high Reputation. Now you might think that is no issue "he understands how things work now and he did the right thing, no biggie!" The pitfall is, if my first comment were to be made by someone new to Relevant, users who did not see the original post might think 'the commenter' is just looking for a means to climb the ladder of Reputation and he might get downvoted for it because obviously that comment is currently not relevant to the new edited post. [@ChainzeMai](/user/profile/ChainzeMai) I put it to you, that was a misleading act there. You could have commented on the post, you could have made an entire new post. I can't remember vividly now but I'm sure there has been a thread of discussion with [@Druss](/user/profile/Druss) and some other members of this community before, about the pros and cons of the post editing option. I for one think the option is a good one, I just wish that people will make use of it the right way.
[@Engg_mithlesh](/user/profile/Engg_mithlesh) I used to have that kind of fear when I newly joined Relevant too, but whenever I consider whatever comment I was going to make and I am sure it is the truth without any bias, the fear disappears. Rest assured you wouldn't be the only observer/upholder of truth. You might want to take screenshots in some instances though, just as a layer of explaining/proofing your point later should there be need. To those who might get confused as to what this discussion is about, here is it: The original post made by [@ChainzeMai](/user/profile/ChainzeMai) was "hi" and it was to that I made my first comment. Some days later while reading through the feed, boom there is a contradiction between my comment and the post because [@ChainzeMai](/user/profile/ChainzeMai) had edited the post into what it is now. Interestingly and surprisingly, this edited post currently has a very high Reputation. Now you might think that is no issue "he understands how things work now and he did the right thing, no biggie!" The pitfall is, if my first comment were to be made by someone new to Relevant, users who did not see the original post might think 'the commenter' is just looking for a means to climb the ladder of Reputation and he might get downvoted for it because obviously that comment is currently not relevant to the new edited post. [@ChainzeMai](/user/profile/ChainzeMai) I put it to you, that was a misleading act there. You could have commented on the post, you could have made an entire new post. I can't remember vividly now but I'm sure there has been a thread of discussion with [@Druss](/user/profile/Druss) and some other members of this community before, about the pros and cons of the post editing option. I for one think the option is a good one, I just wish that people will make use of it the right way.
Yes, I think editing if you see a mistake/spelling error etc. soon after you posted it is ok. Completely changing the post isn't a good thing in my opinion, especially if someone has already replied.
Yes, I think editing if you see a mistake/spelling error etc. soon after you posted it is ok. Completely changing the post isn't a good thing in my opinion, especially if someone has already replied.
sir [@joefun90](/user/profile/joefun90) this is also a problem in my opinion.When a new member joins the community, he does not know what to do? He uses "hi, hello"etc in the support section. then sir, it is our duty to tell him about the community, but some members use downvoting instead.
sir [@joefun90](/user/profile/joefun90) this is also a problem in my opinion.When a new member joins the community, he does not know what to do? He uses "hi, hello"etc in the support section. then sir, it is our duty to tell him about the community, but some members use downvoting instead.
You are right to an extent, but in my own opinion this is not supposed to be. I can still remember that there used to be 2 posts or there about (I think by [@slava](/user/profile/slava) and one other admin) where all users are tagged with '@ all' '@ everyone' or something like that, which gives an overview about Relevant. These posts shows up in the notification of every new member once they log in because they were mentioned in them, many probably don't take note or even read those. Now that we're discussing this, I think '@ all' should be tagged/mentioned in [@DrEllisJaruzel](/user/profile/DrEllisJaruzel) 's MODERATELY COMPLETE GUIDE post - it is worth presenting to every new member by default. Also for me whenever I register on a new platform, the first thing I look for is the FAQ section if they have one, the help section or any section that explains how things work - this is how it should be. You said it is 'our duty' to tell them, I'd say we've been doing a pretty good job at that - take this particular post as an example. The post didn't receive downvotes; for me I do always consider how difficult or even impossible it might be for a new user to get out of the negative zone, that is why I as much as possible explain what the person is doing wrong and point them in the right direction. But whenever the feed is becoming clumsy with 'hi' 'hello' 'hey' and all those irrelevancies, you can't blame members who downvote them to keep the feed clean.
You are right to an extent, but in my own opinion this is not supposed to be. I can still remember that there used to be 2 posts or there about (I think by [@slava](/user/profile/slava) and one other admin) where all users are tagged with '@ all' '@ everyone' or something like that, which gives an overview about Relevant. These posts shows up in the notification of every new member once they log in because they were mentioned in them, many probably don't take note or even read those. Now that we're discussing this, I think '@ all' should be tagged/mentioned in [@DrEllisJaruzel](/user/profile/DrEllisJaruzel) 's MODERATELY COMPLETE GUIDE post - it is worth presenting to every new member by default. Also for me whenever I register on a new platform, the first thing I look for is the FAQ section if they have one, the help section or any section that explains how things work - this is how it should be. You said it is 'our duty' to tell them, I'd say we've been doing a pretty good job at that - take this particular post as an example. The post didn't receive downvotes; for me I do always consider how difficult or even impossible it might be for a new user to get out of the negative zone, that is why I as much as possible explain what the person is doing wrong and point them in the right direction. But whenever the feed is becoming clumsy with 'hi' 'hello' 'hey' and all those irrelevancies, you can't blame members who downvote them to keep the feed clean.
Yes sir [@joefun90](/user/profile/joefun90) you are right. I edited my post because i feared my post will go to spam because of my zero reputation( as my observation during these days). I am sorry to trouble you about it. And again thank you [@joefun90](/user/profile/joefun90) for your explanation about how to get Reputation and how to contribute this community. I feel better now but still have a lots to learn here. Btw thank you for your article link. Have a nice day bro.
Yes sir [@joefun90](/user/profile/joefun90) you are right. I edited my post because i feared my post will go to spam because of my zero reputation( as my observation during these days). I am sorry to trouble you about it. And again thank you [@joefun90](/user/profile/joefun90) for your explanation about how to get Reputation and how to contribute this community. I feel better now but still have a lots to learn here. Btw thank you for your article link. Have a nice day bro.
Like I said earlier, I am glad that you're getting things right gradually. Keep learning, keep getting better and contribute your positive, relevant quota to this great community.
Like I said earlier, I am glad that you're getting things right gradually. Keep learning, keep getting better and contribute your positive, relevant quota to this great community.
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