Microvellum Community Profile and Badge Overview

Profile & Badge Overview

My Profile

On the top right of the forum page, you will see an icon with your profile image, click it and then click "Profile".
Click "Manage Profile", and then the "Edit Profile" upper right corner of the page. Here, you can choose to change your email as well as other settings for your account.
In your profile you will gain access to the following:
  1. Your Community dashboard, an overview of your activity with the Community
  2. Your Activity, a summary of the topics and replies you've made
  3. Your Watchlist, a list of the topics, categories, forums, and users that you are following
  4. Your Manage Profile options, that allow you to customize your personal information that is stored within the Community.

Deleting Your Profile

On the top right of the forum page, you will see an icon with your profile image, click it and then click "Profile".
Click "Manage Profile", and then the "Edit Profile" upper right corner of the page. Here, you can choose to change your email as well as other settings for your account.
To delete your profile, click "I understand, continue" in the red box at the bottom of your profile page.
  1. Your profile will be removed and you will no longer be able to edit your content.
  2. You will stop receiving notifications.
  3. Your posts will still be visible within the Community. If you'd like them removed, consider remove them before you delete your profile.
  4. This action cannot be undone.

Badges

Badges show a member's identity or level of participation. They help other Community members have a better understanding of the skills of people they are engaging with.

Earning Points

The more active you are in the Community, the more point you collect to go towards advancing your Community badges.
Here are some ways you can increase your points:
  1. User Profile Information: Fill in your personal and company information.
  2. Vote: Whenever a user Vote up or down and contribute to the value of the topic, he earns points.
  3. User Follow: Users will have to follow a user.
  4. Post an Idea: Users will receive points for every idea they propose.
  5. Ask a question: Each question will fetch a few points.
  6. Problem: Users who report a problem will get points.
  7. Reply: Users will get points when they reply to someone's question or problem or idea.
  8. Topic Follow: Users will have to follow a category or a topic
  9. User Follower: Follower will get points
  10. User Avatar: Users will have to upload an avatar
  11. My Topic Up-voted: User will get points when someone votes his/her question or problem or idea
  12. My Topic Followed: User will get points when someone follows his/her question or problem or idea


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