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Earlier this month, we started slowly enabling features like "Mark as Solution" and the "Reputation and Reaction" system. Today we are formally announcing that these things are on and enabling two widgets on the main index to help showcase users' content that are impacted by the features.

Similar to other social network platforms, you can now add a reaction to any comment/post. Simply click the icon on the lower right of a post and select the reaction you want to use. Below is a screenshot of what that looks like:


Here are the current available reactions:

  • image.png Like (positive)
  • image.pngThanks (positive)
  • image.png HaHa (positive)
  • image.png Confused (neutral)
  • image.png Sad (netural)


Mark As Solution
We have enabled the ability for the original poster, moderators, and administrators the ability to select a post as the solution in a topic. This will highlight the solution inside the topic itself as well as highlight that the post itself has been solved. This makes it easier for users to quickly get to a solution and highlight the help from our forums community members.

To use this feature in a topic you have posted, simply click the Mark As Solution link in the lower left of a post. Below is a screenshot of what that looks like:

New Widgets for Reactions/Reputation and Mark As Solution

  1. Popular Contributors - This widget highlights users who's content is getting the most positive reactions.
  2. Most Solved - This widget highlights which users have the most posts marked as a solution.


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