Should the Commenting Accolade Rules be changed?
Many Hubbers have a red accolade on their profile designating them as a "level __ commenter." Your rank seems to increase as you leave engaging comments on other Hubs and respond to ones on your own. All well and dandy, except the rank lowers over time.
I used to be a rank 5, and I've fallen to 2. I respond to almost every comment I receive, which makes me think that the rank is affected by the frequency of your responses. Comments fluctuate heavily and I hate to see my score decrease simply because no one's left a comment to respond to recently. Any thoughts?
I thought you only got the accolade for commenting on other people's hubs, but I might be mistaken. If the comment accolade means a lot to you, then try commenting on other people's articles
by Chandrashekhar Siva2 years ago
Til ltoday afternoon I had the accolade of Level I commentor. But now Isee it removed. Anyone has any idea as to why that happened?
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