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Frequently Asked Questions
What does the counter in my navigation mean?
This is a display of your Critic Score and it establishes your credibility and expertise in your area of interest. Other users see this score when looking at your feedback. The higher score the better!
There are five phases: Gray (0 points), Blue (100 points), Bronze (500 points), Silver (2,000 points), Gold (5,000 points) and Platinum (10,000) points. You will see a green LED progress bar light up at the bottom of the counter as you get closer to the next phase. You get a point every time someone votes on your post or on your feedback. We will soon implement badges for milestones which will give you more points in addition to votes.
How can I get more votes?
Like any website, content is key. Make sure you post great content and tag it appropriately. Also be sure to share your post on your social networks. This way the KindCritic community grows and more and more experts can help you with your work.
Could you add a new tag?
If you think we missed a tag and you think it should be added please send us a comment and we can review the tag. We know we havent covered everything in the creative world!
Something isnt working right. Can you help?
Sure! send us a comment
Will you be adding new features?
Yes. This is only the beta and first release. We plan on adding many exciting features which will make the user experience much better in future releases. Some features include a badge and upgraded point system, tag subscription, a popular tag filter for posts, and video embedding
What is Post Love and Feedback Love?
Post love is how many times your posts have been liked. Feedback Love is how many times your comments have been liked.
How do the tags work?
We have an extensive library of tags that you enter when posting. For every post and comment you make that receives likes the higher your score becomes for those tags. Your highest tag scores are displayed on your profile.
Why do you allow people to post anonymously?
Some people will be less apprehensive to post their creative work if they can remain anonymous. Something about anonymity makes opening yourself up to judgement a little easier. But, they are only anonymous only to other users. We still know who they are and they can still track their own posts and comments. So, they can be held responsible for any comments or posts.
What happens after I vote? Why are some green and others red?
Your vote is saved to our database and we then display your saved vote to help you remember what you have already viewed.
A green heart means that you have already voted on this post or feedback. A red heart means that you have voted down on this feedback. You cannot downvote a post.