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Hey Folks,

 

Just wondering if there is an article or some explanation about all the different kinds of 'accepted solutions' you can use for your ranking formula. I know most of these can be clear but I wanted to make sure with someone on the definition of each so we build a proper ranking formula from these. Thanks a lot:

 

 

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@yurikleban

 

The one you want to use to reward the member whose post was marked as the solution is net_accepted_solutions

 

Good luck with your formula and ranking structure.

 

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@yurikleban one way to see the definition is to go to Admin > Metrics and find the matching metric. Once you click on it, you will get the definition on the top in a purple rectangle.

 

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@OlivierS, thanks for the insight! However, I did not find "solved thread" in the Metrics. Do you know what is the difference between "solved thread" and solutions? Thanks!

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Charyev wrote:

@OlivierS, thanks for the insight! However, I did not find "solved thread" in the Metrics. Do you know what is the difference between "solved thread" and solutions? Thanks!


A solved thread can have multiple solutions (if your community is setup this way), but a solved thread is only a count of one.

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