Labels under users' names?

Discussion in 'Member Questions, Feedback & Suggestions' started by David Lamb, Sep 20, 2006.

  1. David Lamb

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    I've looked in plenty of places, but cannot find an explanation of the various labels under member's names, like "Junior Member" under my name, David Lamb, at the top left of this message. The meanings of some are obvious (like "webmaster", "1,000 posts club") but how does a "junior member" become a "member", and what is the difference between a "member" and an "active member?" Then there are some posters whose posts have no such label.

    I realise this is not a vitally important matter, but I'm just curious. Thanks.
     
  2. Gayla

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    Hi David,
    I'll try to give an explanation. (Hopefully not totally inaccurate.)
    The 'status' is based on the number of posts. You are a Junior Member because you are just joined and only have a few posts. As you post more, it should change to Member, and with time and posting you'll get to the "1000 Posts Club", etc.

    Gayla:wavey:


    Oh yeah, Active Members post frequently.
     
  3. Squire Robertsson

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    As I recall, Member status comes at 100 posts, Active Member at 500. :1_grouphug:
     
  4. StefanM

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    Just post a lot. Then you can join the "club." :D
     

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