On Stack Exchange, various privileges are granted upon reaching certain reputation values.  On Codidact, we've been talking about having "privilege tracks": for example, a track record of accepted edits lets you edit without review, a track record of constructive comments lets you increase the number of comments you can leave, and so on.  (So having 10k rep but never having performed any moderation task wouldn't let you delete posts like it does on SE.)  I'm not advocating that, just explaining it for context.

How do (or will) privileges work on TopAnswers?  I've seen mention of one case in chat: the number of votes you get per day depends on your reputation.  What else?
Top Answer
James Douglas
So far, the closest we have to privileges is voting power.

> * Initially, you can award one star to each post.
> * When you reach a total star score of 10, you will be able to award one or two stars to each post.
> * When you reach 100 stars, you can award up to three stars.
> * ...and so on.

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What privileges exist and how are they earned?
@James scaled votes turns out to be powerful.  On SE sometimes people suggested things like "gold tag means your votes count extra", which always felt off.  I like that it exists and that it's *optional*; you can choose to give a post one star or more than one.