As a developer, we know that you love to be recognized for your contributions to the community. That’s why we have leaderboards that allow you to establish yourself as a helpful expert and showcase your expertise to the community.

Depending on what action you perform in the forum, you are assigned a certain amount of “cheers” points that make up your ‘cheer score’. Those points are then used to populate the leaderboard.

You can find the leaderboard here and by clicking on the button in the top banner.

You can view each member’s cheer score on their profile. Below, you can see a screenshot of a member profile with a cheers score of 156.

Points are automatically updated every 5 minutes, and scores from the last 10 days are re-calculated once a day to adjust for deleted posts or other changes. The cheer score is based on a variety of actions, including likes given, likes received, posts read, and topics created.

The leaderboard is a great way to see how you stack up against other community members and to challenge yourself to contribute even more. So why not put your skills to the test and see how high up the leaderboard you can climb?