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Feeling like points reduced later

Hello,

Sometimes I feel like my points got reduced when I wake up next day and see the profile. When the points are reduced, I am not even getting any notification. Can anyone please tell me how to see how the points got reduced.

Regards,

Thanga

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2014 at 02:46 AM

    There is a way where you can check which forum points are getting reduced from

    Go to your profile>Reputation>Expertise

    There you will see list of various forums where you would have got points on, put the curser towards bottom right end of each forum and click on Flip icon.


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  • Posted on Feb 26, 2014 at 06:14 AM

    If you answer a question, and receive helpful answer or correct answer, and then the question is turned to a discussion or rejected, the points will be removed.

    On blogs and documents, especially ones that have attracted a lot of attention, I occasionally go through the comments and remove the ones that don't really have much content (like, "wow, that was a good blog"), in order to highlight the interesting discussions that are also present in the comment section. If that comment was "liked", then your overall point score will reduce. On the plus side, the quality of the content overall is increased.

    Occassionally, I will remove a very old question that contains largely "noise". This may also affect slightly long standing members point totals.

    I can understand your concern when you're in the low hundreds, but by the time you're in the thousands, with many well-earned points, you probably won't even notice.

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  • Posted on Feb 26, 2014 at 05:40 AM

    Someone Unmark you reply as helpful on today on ABAP development....


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