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Discussion in 'Site and Forum Feedback' started by bearsalley34, Aug 20, 2011.
When does the "Macrumors Newbie" under my username go away?
When you have reached 30 posts.
After that it says "You Sill Here?!"
I see you already have 15 posts - but a belated welcome.
I suggest you read FAQ/Rules. Not exactly great literature, but there is some useful information - like how not to get banned!
Really, it answers a lot of questions and gives good information, e.g. how to contact mods if needed, using Report Post, and stuff like that.
Welcome to the looney bin
Welcome to MacRumors!
Once you start posting, you won't want to leave.
Look at HellHammer's post count: 20 posts per day!
Mine is a lot at 3.7 per day.
Don't be like us. And don't be like him. He has no life .
All in good fun, no offense intended.
Who needs a life, when you have MacRumors!
So sad...so sad
OP - i was wondering the same thing!
sad sad life...
Newbie vs. Demi-God?
Anyone know what the specific posting levels are for the macrumor forum... level... things. Like the macrumors newbie/regular/demi-god. Is it based on a total number of posts or is it average posts?
Take a look ^^^
Total posts. Newbie's up to either 30 or 50, then 30 or 50 to 250 is regular, then Demi-Gods are people who donate or are mods.
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Check the FAQ. All of the levels are in there and how many posts it takes to achieve them and it talks about the Demi status too.
I looked everywhere for something like this... Thanks!
I thought this was going to be some kind of battle game...
Good question its been a long time for me.
Lol. I was just wondering this too! I say...good question
Where can i see the post count ?
Click on your avatar next to each post. Number of posts (aka messages) are shown there.
Jesus, I get an email nearly 4 years later about this topic...
New forum software = some of the same questions will come up, because it's not always intuitive how the new platform handles things. So clearly, you asked a timeless question. ;-)