Finally, something to link to when dealing with such topics. Thanks for the post! Much needed and will be a big benefit to many users who feel the need to ask this question.
This should help clear some issues regarding Trust levels. It’s all about positive contribution to the forum.
Pasted to my notes in case I need to assist anyone
Ah! Thank you for making this. I’m a but tired of seeing the trust level questions.
Nice topic Santa, this will really help those who are having Trust Level problems, also reccomend including that your trust level can be locked do the behaviour issues and that can also be a reason you are not reaching the next trust level :).
You mean this? ;) …
Over looked that, thanks!
Bookmarked as this will help when a new member is asking this
This will help cut down the amount of topics created regarding this “issue” nice job Seb!
Ginger santa, made me chuckle.
Yes I remember those topics, thanks Ginger Santa, sent you a PM ;)
Thanks for the post. I just worked at being a positive contributing member of the community. then one night the level fairy visited me. ; ) jk. Seriously though I think it’s good that FDS looks at more than numbers when it comes to gaining trust levels.
Great post Seb, really clears it up. :)
There are a few thing that I’d like for Christmas this year. I’m pretty sure I’ve been good this year… at least I hope!
I always suspected it… he does live awfully close to the North Pole…
Very well said! Couldn’t be more exact on how to put it. This is now another reason not care about trust levels and just care about how can I help the community more to improve my stats on the IFC
The big question…
Do you create interesting topics, race to be quick to reply to a new topic, like every post and reply you see, to become a regular? Do you fancy the peachy grade 5 colour as much as you fancy the word ‘regular’ under your name?
Do you? Think about it, and don’t just reply to my post.
I commend the moderators on this forum for their effort to make this a great forum. And the contant evaluation of contributors is a lot of work, I can see that.
I am impressed by the quality of some of the regulars here; always ready to help and contribute. Thank you; it’s great when people here realize why we need regulars and moderators: to serve the community; for no other reason.
Just read around here, Seb already includes it above but here’s to you’re question specifically. Just keep reading, contributing, liking, and helping out the community and you will get to regular in no time :)
LOL! Ginger Santa I’m crying from laughter! Thanks for this, this should hopefully clear up some #meta topics ;)
This clears up some confusion. I think it is diligent of the moderators to not let us know what the trust level requirements are. I think gaining trust levels depends not 100% on your stats but on your attitude and helpfulness to others on the IFC. This is a nice updated little info card on the trust levels that I greatly appreciate.
Whether you go by “Ginger Santa”, Seb, or “the guy with bugs in his beard”, your words are kind and helpful to everyone in the community. Thanks for taking your time to make this topic.
Insects*. We or Scientists haven’t researched his beard yet.