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Badges

If your questions and answers are highly voted, your contribution to this Q&A community will be recognized with the variety of badges. Below is the list of available badges and number of times each type of badge has been awarded.

Completed all user profile fields

First flagged post

Voted 200 times

First rollback

 Critic × 17

First down vote

Deleted own post with score of 3 or higher

 Editor × 83

First edit

First answer was accepted with at least 5 up votes

Asked a question with 1000 views

Question favorited by 20 users

Answer voted up 20 times

Question voted up 20 times

Answer voted up 30 times

Question voted up 30 times

 Guru × 10

Accepted answer and voted up 20 times

Answered a question more than 60 days later with at least 5 votes

Answer voted up 10 times

Question voted up 10 times

Asked a question with 500 views

First retag

Deleted own post with score of -3 or lower

Asked a question with 250 views

 Pundit × 24

Left 10 comments

 Scholar × 25

First accepted answer on your own question

Answered your own question with at least 3 up votes

Question favorited by 50 users

Edited 50 entries

 Student × 145

Asked first question with at least one up vote

First up vote

Created a tag used by 50 questions

 Teacher × 143

Answered first question with at least one up vote

User who has validated email associated to the account

Badge levels

 gold

Gold badge is the highest award in this community. To obtain it have to show profound knowledge and ability in addition to your active participation.

 silver

Obtaining silver badge requires significant patience. If you have received one, that means you have greatly contributed to this community.

 bronze

If you are an active participant in this community, you will be recognized with this badge.

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