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obtaining a higher Techspot status

  1. How do you up your rank on this website fron Newcomber to a Techspot Member?

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  2. MYOB

    MYOB TS Rookie Posts: 492

    Its a set post number, I can't rememeber exactly what as its been moved a lot since I joined, eh, 3DSpotlight I think it was still called :)

    Higher than that is now set only by admins, I think.

    Edit: Or not. Theres a certain level it goes up to as posts, above that its admin-issued promotions.
     
  3. IronDuke

    IronDuke TS Rookie Posts: 856

    50 posts and you go up a level.
     
  4. howard_hopkinso

    howard_hopkinso TS Rookie Posts: 24,177   +19

    Below you will find the Techspot criteria for promotions.

    First titles given to users are managed by the forum software and are based on your post count:

    Newcomer in training: Self-explanatory.

    TechSpot Member: Registered members with 50+ posts.

    TechSpot Enthusiast: Registered members with 350+ posts.

    TechSpot Booster: Registered members with 600+ posts.

    TechSpot Addict: Registered members with 900+ posts.

    This second tier of user titles is given manually:

    TechSpot Paladin: “A strong supporter or defender of a cause”. In order to qualify for the Paladin title, a user must have been registered to the forums for over 1 year and must have remained in good standing. It’s not guaranteed you will be given the Paladin title by just fulfilling these requirements however.

    TechSpot Chancellor: In order to qualify for this title, the user must have been registered to the forums for at least 2 years and must have remained in good standing. It’s not guaranteed you will be given the Chancellor title by just fulfilling these requirements however.

    TechSpot Ambassador: In order to qualify for this title, a user must have been registered to the forums for at least 3 years and must have remained in good standing. It’s not guaranteed you will be given the Chancellor title by just fulfilling these requirements however.

    TechSpot and its staff members appreciate the time you spent helping and making the community grow, in a certain way, we use these special titles to show that appreciation for your efforts. Also note that given the nature of this second group of titles, you should feel free to nominate any of your fellow members, however asking to be granted any of these titles for your own, will bar you from consideration for several months.

    I hope this helps.

    Regards Howard :) :)
     

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