I can't vote for a feature request

I can’t vote, is there a limit?

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Yes, there are voting limits based on user “trust level”.

How can I increase my trust level? :slight_smile:

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We are using the Discourse built in system (see https://blog.discourse.org/2018/06/understanding-discourse-trust-levels/ - with quite lowered thresholds), so a bit of activity should do it. :wink:

New accounts (tl0) can give 1 vote. Standard accounts (tl1) can give 3 votes, tl2 5 votes and 10 is the maximum iirc.

Votes are freed up if a feature request is moved to planned or closed or you can check your votes at
https://developer.nuki.io/u/AleksCee/activity/votes and remove existing ones to vote for other requests.

EDIT: I split this part into a separate topic as other might also be interested in that and should find it more easily this way.


I am quite wondering about some of the “rules” how to get to the different levels.
As example:
To get to trust level 3, in the last 100 days…

  • Must have visited at least 50% of days
  • Must have replied to at least 10 different topics

1)=> so one has to log in 50 days within the last 100days? Calls either for automatisation of visits or for boring life. On top of it: I would hope that Nuki is working so fine, that we user dont need to be online that often.
2) Reply to 10 different topics? Sound like quantity is more important than relevant, pointed contribution.

Voting for a feature should be IMHO granted to any registered user (owner): they have experience, and paid for a device, that obviously wasnt fully developped, assuming that other users are “wishing” a new feature.

As written above the thresholds are a lot lower here than the defaults linked above. But, yes, we can revisit those to see if changes helps users to give better feedback.

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