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feeky1973
feeky1973 Member Posts: 53 Connected
Hi so I'm noticing that my visits & points numbers aren't changing. 
Am I doing anything wrong? Or not doing enough of something ?  :smiley:  
Also, how do we collect badges? Is there somewhere we can view all the different types?  Thank you!

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  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 25,533 Disability Gamechanger
    edited December 2021
    Hi, I wouldn't worry too much about badges and visit counts etc, just relax and join in with any discussions if you want to. Here's some of the ways you can earn badges.

    Badges and ranks

    As a community user, you can earn badges for:

    • making comments
    • being on the community for a year or more
    • receiving positive reactions
    • contributing in a positive way

    Badges and ranks are a fun way of showing how much members contribute to the community.

    Once you reach 25 points, you can send private messages.

    You can view your current rank, points and badges on your profile page.

    https://www.scope.org.uk/online-community-guidelines/



  • woodbine
    woodbine Community Co-Production Group Posts: 6,052 Disability Gamechanger
    As @poppy123456 says the points and badges are just a bit of fun, I've been a member here for over three years and without looking it up i have no idea how many badges or points I have, what matters most is taking part and enjoying your time on the forum.
    Be kind to newer members
  • Libby_Scope
    Libby_Scope Posts: 635

    Scope community team

    feeky1973 said:
    Hi so I'm noticing that my visits & points numbers aren't changing. 
    Am I doing anything wrong? Or not doing enough of something ?  :smiley:  
    Also, how do we collect badges? Is there somewhere we can view all the different types?  Thank you!
    Hi @feeky1973 :) 

    How are you today?

    Please don't feel as though you're doing anything wrong, I can reassure you that you aren't and as @poppy123456 and @woodbine have commented, the badges on the community are awarded based on contribution (e.g., making comments and being on the community for a year or more), so you've got plenty of time to collect badges and points etc :)

    With regards to your site visits on your community profile page, are they not changing at all? 

    Libby
    Online Community Information Coordinator
    Scope

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  • feeky1973
    feeky1973 Member Posts: 53 Connected
    Thank you all :)  yes just wanting to have some fun. I found the games threads too!
  • feeky1973
    feeky1973 Member Posts: 53 Connected
    @poppy123456 I just couldn't see where to find that kind of info - been searching for a while, but It was in plain sight! LOL  so thanks for that link, its really useful.
  • L_Volunteer
    L_Volunteer Community Volunteer Adviser, Community Co-Production Group Posts: 880 Pioneering
    Hi @feeky1973

    As everyone else said, you are a valued member of our community and it is more important that you enjoy your time here with us. 

    I am really glad to hear you managed to find the games threads! 

    Enjoy  :)
    Community Volunteer Adviser with professional knowledge of education, special educational needs and disabilities, and assistive technology. Pronouns: She/her.

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