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Sharepoint 2013 : Community portals and sites - Enabling site-wide reputation tracking

2/11/2014 8:25:27 PM
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You can assign reputation settings to an entire SharePoint 2013 community site that specify automated achievement levels for members based on the amount of content (discussions and replies). Reputation settings manage how members are awarded reputation scores on your sites.

The first two settings within the reputation settings determine whether ratings on the site are enabled and what type of rating (“likes” versus star-based scoring) are used for user feedback. Using the rest of the settings, you can specify reputation tracking and fine-tune the scoring system. The member achievement point system specifies what site actions a member must take to increase their reputation score, and the achievement level points allows you to set the score thresholds for up to five achievement levels. Finally, the last achievement level representation section determines how SharePoint displays a member’s achievement level (either as a small icon or as a custom text label).

Enable site-wide reputation tracking

  1. On the Home page of your site, in the Community Tools section, click the Reputation Settings link.

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    Tip

    Ensure that your achievement level points and representation are configured to accommodate a wide enough range for your user community. If all of your site members end up at level 1 or level 5, you need to evaluate your point system and levels to determine the reason.

  2. On the Community Reputation Settings page, in the Allow Items In This List To Be Rated section, click Yes.

  3. Click to offer users the choice to either “like” or apply star ratings to items on the site.

  4. If you want to use the member achievements point system, select the Enable Member Achievements Point System check box and enter point values for the indicated achievements.

  5. In the Achievement Level Points section, choose threshold values for each achievement level.

  6. In the Achievement Level Representation section, click either the Display Achievement Level As Image option or the Display Achievement Level As Text option. If the latter option is chosen, you can specify names for each achievement level in place of the default values.

  7. Click OK to enable reputation tracking.

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