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Agree. Although the rating factors were (to my knowledge) never published, it was a useful indicator.
This topic has already given some controversy
The Influence score has disappeared from my profile page.
I do not know if it is connected but I did get and email from PMI at 06:33 am IST titled "Share your good influence".
Maybe it is only a temporary measure to stop the spread of the Coronavirus :-)
The disappearance of influence was already announced a month ago
This gesture from ProjectManagement.com gave some controversy
Despite this, they took the initiative forward :-)
I did know it was happening at the end of March (as per the LONG thread here: https://www.projectmanagement.com/blog-pos...fluence-Score), but thought that'd be tomorrow :-(
I was hoping to take a screenshot of my #2 position...
Maybe one of our helpful Community Engagement Specialists could do me a favor and find a way to do that for me :-) (hint, hint, Laura & Kimberly).
Yes, I see it disappeared.
It was a good way to understand the profile of the people you interact with.
I hope they'll bring it back, maybe with a different way to calculate it
I was not aware of this measure being taken. I do not agree. Despite some people misused it by posting irrelevant questions or by adding "thanks for sharing" to every possible post, those were just a few individuals.
Influence score was a good way to identify people with the highest influence within the projectmanagement.com community, nothing wrong with that.
I have a screenshot in pdf and another in jpeg format
In pdf format I have like 25 most influential people
In jpeg format as 8 most influential people
Share your email with me and I will gladly send it to you :-)
Did you have the opportunity to read the exchange of opinions on the topic created by the community management?
A topic was created by the community management about this situation
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