Why have I not reached TL* yet?

Who is Ginger santa… Never heard that before and I am hoping never again lol. Anyways, This topic should clear up all misconceptions on certain topics about TL! Thank you Schyllberg :) Merry Christmas

Ginger Santa is @schyllberg


Great info for a new user!


I didn’t even know there were other trust levels…


To be honest, I won’t be surprised if some TL1 creates a new topic about how to reach TL2! :)


Cheers for this! People need to know this.

I have passed all the requirements for TL2 but not reached it.

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I guess you should read the first post of this topic you just posted in then…

I tried looking, I don’t understand

Here. Our requirements are not the same as the one Discourse have as a default.


I don’t know what topics to create.

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Create topics that benefit the community, and have not already been created yet. An easy way to make sure your topic is not a duplicate is to use the search bar located in the top right of the page.

Keep reading, liking, posting, and contributing, and before you know it you will be at TL2! 🙂


Who mentioned anything about creating topics? Read it again. You’re misunderstanding something.

Posting productive posts…

Well, after being banned, I stopped flagging, instead I told some users not to use ‘(filler)’.

Productive is the key word here.
If you keep contributing to the community in a positive manner, that is to help others, giving solutions and posting constructive posts, then you’ll reach a higher TL.

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Read what Seb is trying to get at. It highlights all you need to know regarding trust levels and contributing.

Productive posts are ones that help, entertain, and engage civil conversation. The more of those posts you create, the more benefits you’ll come to see.

Well, I might not be regular (TL3). Read my own post I replied to.

@PilotCool We have read all posts of yours in this topic. You need to try and comprehend what we are trying to tell you. Trust us, we’re here to help, but there are several things you need to understand.

Regulars are members of this community who visit the community everyday and help others, while setting a positive impact on the community.

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I understand that now, more?