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Community ranks

Alex
Alex Scope Posts: 1,307 Pioneering
Hi everyone,

Today we've switched on a new community feature called ranks. You will soon see a number of stars next to your name (please bear with us, while we work out the kinks). The number reflects your contribution to the community - such as how many posts you've made or answered and how many "likes" your posts have received.

This helps others recognise your participation in the community. As you contribute more, we'll move up the ranks.

But we need your help...

We don't think stars are a very friendly way of recognising people's contribution - so we'd like to rename them and we need your suggestions. 

To keep things simple, we're starting off with 5 levels, for example - Newcomer, Contributor, Enthusiast, Mentor, Hero.

What do you think the levels should be called?

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