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 user’s cancel actions on the forum the points awarded for those actions are removed. For example, is 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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