I always felt when I got the extra effort when being helped, I wished I had the ability to award additional points.
I think there should be a limit of the bonus points, but be available. I also think you can implement the awarder only has a limited number of points that can be awarded. This would control possible padding to a targeted helper.
Curious if anyone else has a similar point of view
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If you would like to be part of any Elite Group (EG) just post a suggestion for one. I'll try and keep a list posted of all the EG's as they become available.
Until recently I never followed anyone and so as an experiment I started following one active expert. In the several weeks that I've been doing that I haven't seen anything that I can trace back to my following that person. Do any of you have a different experience? If so what to you get back?
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