Awards

Awards are visible signs of a user's merits. Awards measure various activities that are valuable for the Grammarly Answers community. For Grammarly Answers asking questions and sharing them in social networks are as important as answering the questions!

  • Part-time trainer 1

    Provide an answer on a user question

  • Instructor 10

    Provide 10 answers on user questions

  • Master 50

    Provide 50 answers on user questions

  • Sensei 100

    Provide 100 answers on user questions


  • Recognized 1

    Have your answer selected by user as the best one

  • Appreciated 20

    Have 20 answers selected by user as the best ones

  • Respected 50

    Have 50 answers selected by user as the best ones

  • Honored 100

    Have 100 answers selected by user as the best ones


  • Thanks! 1

    A user has voted on your answer

  • Thanks a lot! 50

    50 of your answers were voted on by users

  • Thanks a million! 100

    100 of your answers were voted on by users


  • Novice judge 10

    Vote for an answer

  • Intermediate judge 50

    Vote for 50 answers

  • Experienced judge 100

    Vote for 100 answers


  • Spread the word 1

    Share a link to the Grammarly Answers via a social network

  • Connector 10

    Share 10 links to the Grammarly Answers via a social network


  • Grammar student 1

    Ask a question on Grammarly Answers

  • Bronze medal Grammar student 10

    Ask 10 questions on Grammarly Answers

  • Silver medal Grammar student 20

    Ask 20 questions on Grammarly Answers

  • Gold medal Grammar student 30

    Ask 30 questions on Grammarly Answers


  • Supporter 10

    Vote for 10 questions

  • Trend setter 50

    Vote for 50 questions

  • Vox populi 100

    Vote for 100 questions


  • There is something else 10

    Post 10 comments

  • Just to be sure 50

    Post 50 comments

  • No side effects, guaranteed 100

    Post 100 comments

Reputation


Reputation and Degree System is a user-ranking system aimed at encouraging high-quality participation on the site. This system is designed to make it easier for members of the community to identify high-quality contributors and to become recognised participants on the forum. We’ve broken this into two parts: ‘Reputation Points’ and ‘Degree Ranking’.

Reputation Points

All participants on Grammarly Answers will start with 1 reputation point (rep point). Additional rep points will be awarded points for contributions to the site. High-quality contributions, as determined by the community, will be awarded more points, while low-quality contributions will receive less or even remove rep points from a user’s account. Below are the point values awarded for various actions on the forum:

  • Every user starts with 1 rep point.
  • User’s question is upvoted, user receives +5 rep points
  • User ‘s question is downvoted, user receives -2 rep points
  • User’s answer is upvoted, user receives +10 rep points
  • User’s answer is downvoted, user receives -10 rep points
  • User’s answer selected as Best Answer, user receives +15 rep points

When users cancel actions on the forum, the points awarded for those actions are removed. For example, if a user selects answer #100 as the Best Answer. The answer's author will receive +15 rep points. If the user cancels the Best Answer, the answer's author will receive -15 rep points. Reputation points will never go below 1

Reputation points are used to determine the Degree Ranking of all users.

Degree Ranking


The Degree Rankings are classified according to the number of Reputation Points a user has earned. There are four different degrees with differing incentives at each level. Details are listed below.

- 1 - 99 rep points
This is a newly registered Grammarly Answers user.

- 100 - 999 rep points

- 1,000 - 9,999 rep points
These are our active community members.

- 10,000+ rep points
Fellows are the long-term active members. Users will also be featured on a special biography page for added recognition throughout the community.

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