What Karma?

Doesn't show for Sven, Ozz, Ron or me but others have shit loads of it

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  • OzzOzz
    Accepted Answer
    as I've said earlier: "Karma is a bitch" ;)
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    Accepted Answer
    You see the Karma on your profile link....no clue why it is sometimes not showing on the threads.
  • It's not fair :((
  • edited April 2013

    do we get a free license of a GSA product of our choice if we reach karma?

    :))
  • LeeGLeeG Eating your first bourne
    edited April 2013
  • haha @LeeG, that song popped up in my mind today, too.
  • edited April 2013
    He he now I got it L@@K ^^^^

    Edit - now it's gone again :(

    Edit 2 aha! If you edit a post your Karma shows??
  • LeeGLeeG Eating your first bourne
    They were another group from about the same period :D
  • edited April 2013
    Yep Boy George on top of the pops. Remember it well
  • LeeGLeeG Eating your first bourne
    edited April 2013

    Lucky there aint more of your kind on here or it would be another group from the same era

    Flock of seagulls :D

     

    Still no Karma showing :(

  • Karma, karma, who got the karma???
  • It doesn't show for me unless I post and then edit the post again
  • edited May 2013
    The above post is unedited
    Edit. This ones edited
  • What is this Karma :( 
    I came across it today while I was just staring at my profile (Dont know why I was staring or what I was thinking :v)
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    A high Karma shows you how active a user is. Basically a higher Karma means the user takes part of discussions and this usually means he gives something back (knowledge, thoughts...) which is increasing his Karma.
  • @Sven What does that reward and amount boxes at the bottom means ?
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    sorry but where exactly?
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    something even i do not knew about...you can swap your karma to someone else it seems
  • edited December 2014
    I personally don't see the use of karma. It seems like another way to differentiate users (similar to what a post count does) and many forums seem to move away from that. 

    But then again if you want to offer crowd-sourced support a user with more karma can be seen as a more valuable member with a higher probability of providing a helpful answer. Doubt there's another reason for it...
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