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In AnswerHub communities, awards and a variety of actions in the community can affect a user's reputation level. Common actions affecting a user's reputation include up-voting questions, answering questions, accepting answers, and down-voting content.
You can view the "Default Reputation Levels" to get a quick overview of how much reputation a user will receive for specific node actions.
A user must gain a certain number of points to achieve a specific reputation level in the community. For example, by default, a user receives 15 points by getting an up-vote or by his or her answer being accepted. That same user loses 15 points when down-voted.
To edit the default reputation points for your community, see the Edit Reputation Gains and Losses section of this guide below.
Updated about 2 years ago