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  • How do I turn on notifications for reputation comments?

    How do I turn on notifications for reputation comments?

    When you’re logged in to the AdminCP, click on the ‘Settings’ header. From there, click on the ‘Options’ menu.



    This will open a form with a scroll menu to the right. Select the ‘User Reputation Options’ from the menu.



    The page will reload with another form and the option to turn on user notification for reputation comments will be the second item from the top. Select the ‘Yes’ option and scroll down to click the ‘Save’ button.

    Your users will now receive notifications on any c...
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  • How do I enable the reputation comments tab on my profile?

    How do I enable the reputation comments tab on my profile?

    While logged in to the AdminCP, click on the ‘Settings’ header and from there, click on the ‘Options’ menu.



    A form with a scroll menu will open. From the menu, select the ‘User Profile Options’ option.


    The page will refresh with another form. The option you’re looking for should be at the top of the form under ‘Enabled User Profile Features’. In this menu, simply select the check mark beside the ‘Reputation’ option.

    Now that’s done, click on the ‘Save’ button at the bottom of the page...
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  • How do I put a cap on Reputations?

    How do I put a cap on Reputations?

    In order to put a cap on how high a user’s Reputation can go, you need to start in the AdminCP. Once you’ve logged in, click on the ‘Settings’ header and from there, click on the ‘Options’ menu.



    A form with a scroll menu will open. From the menu, select the ‘User Reputation Options’ option.


    The page will refresh with another form, which you will want to scroll to the bottom of. Beneath the ‘Reputation Power Cap’ header is a text field where you can enter a reputation cap.

    That do...
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  • How do I disable the reputation link for a user’s own posts?

    How do I disable the reputation link for a user’s own posts?

    As always, you need to start in the AdminCP. Once you’ve logged in, click on the ‘Settings’ header and from there, click on the ‘Options’ menu.



    A form with a scroll menu will open. From the menu, select the ‘User Reputation Options’ option.


    The page will refresh with another form. Scroll to the bottom of the form and stop at the last four options on the page. Select the ‘Yes’ radio button in the ‘Display Reputation Link in Own Posts’ header.

    Finally, click ‘Save’ at the bottom of t...
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  • How do I activate reputation comments?

    How do I activate reputation comments?

    The first thing you need to do is login to the AdminCP. Click on the ‘Settings’ header and from there, click on the ‘Options’ menu.



    A form with a scroll menu will open. From the menu, select the ‘User Reputation Options’ option.


    The page will refresh with another form. Scroll to the bottom of the form and stop at the last four options on the page. You have a few options here. You can either choose to only require users to leave comments for positive reputation increase or only require users to leave comments fo...
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  • What’s new with Reputation?

    What’s new with Reputation?

    We’ve added a few things to vBulletin 4.2.0 to give you greater management control over reputations. You can now have users give a reason for raising or lowering another user’s reputations. These comments can then be displayed on a user’s profile in a separate tab to make them distinct from visitor messages and user activities. Not only that, but you can also set notifications for when a user gets reputation comments.

    As always, all of this can be managed from your AdminCP.
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  • How do I turn on notifications for reputation comments?
    Fei Leung
    When you’re logged in to the AdminCP, click on the ‘Settings’ header. From there, click on the ‘Options’ menu.



    This will open a form with a scroll menu to the right. Select the ‘User Reputation Options’ from the menu.



    The page will reload with another form and the option to turn on user notification for reputation comments will be the second item from the top. Select the ‘Yes’ option and scroll down to click the ‘Save’ button.

    Your users will now receive notifications on any c...
    Thu 17th May '12, 4:52pm
  • How do I enable the reputation comments tab on my profile?
    Fei Leung
    While logged in to the AdminCP, click on the ‘Settings’ header and from there, click on the ‘Options’ menu.



    A form with a scroll menu will open. From the menu, select the ‘User Profile Options’ option.


    The page will refresh with another form. The option you’re looking for should be at the top of the form under ‘Enabled User Profile Features’. In this menu, simply select the check mark beside the ‘Reputation’ option.

    Now that’s done, click on the ‘Save’ button at the bottom of the page...
    Thu 17th May '12, 4:38pm
  • How do I put a cap on Reputations?
    Fei Leung
    In order to put a cap on how high a user’s Reputation can go, you need to start in the AdminCP. Once you’ve logged in, click on the ‘Settings’ header and from there, click on the ‘Options’ menu.



    A form with a scroll menu will open. From the menu, select the ‘User Reputation Options’ option.


    The page will refresh with another form, which you will want to scroll to the bottom of. Beneath the ‘Reputation Power Cap’ header is a text field where you can enter a reputation cap.

    That do...
    Thu 17th May '12, 4:35pm
  • How do I disable the reputation link for a user’s own posts?
    Fei Leung
    As always, you need to start in the AdminCP. Once you’ve logged in, click on the ‘Settings’ header and from there, click on the ‘Options’ menu.



    A form with a scroll menu will open. From the menu, select the ‘User Reputation Options’ option.


    The page will refresh with another form. Scroll to the bottom of the form and stop at the last four options on the page. Select the ‘Yes’ radio button in the ‘Display Reputation Link in Own Posts’ header.

    Finally, click ‘Save’ at the bottom of t...
    Thu 17th May '12, 4:08pm
  • How do I activate reputation comments?
    Fei Leung
    The first thing you need to do is login to the AdminCP. Click on the ‘Settings’ header and from there, click on the ‘Options’ menu.



    A form with a scroll menu will open. From the menu, select the ‘User Reputation Options’ option.


    The page will refresh with another form. Scroll to the bottom of the form and stop at the last four options on the page. You have a few options here. You can either choose to only require users to leave comments for positive reputation increase or only require users to leave comments fo...
    Thu 17th May '12, 4:02pm
  • What’s new with Reputation?
    Fei Leung
    We’ve added a few things to vBulletin 4.2.0 to give you greater management control over reputations. You can now have users give a reason for raising or lowering another user’s reputations. These comments can then be displayed on a user’s profile in a separate tab to make them distinct from visitor messages and user activities. Not only that, but you can also set notifications for when a user gets reputation comments.

    As always, all of this can be managed from your AdminCP.
    Thu 17th May '12, 3:59pm
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