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Stake™

Regarding Inactivity

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Stake™    163

Hi WebFlakians,

As I have seen a lot of topics regarding inactivity, here is a small topic explaining how it exactly works (WebFlake Updates #6):

Yesterday we've implemented a system to possibly help us increase some of the member activity. It moves members to the "inactive members" group if they're inactive for a longer period of time. Here's how it works:

  • If you do not post anything for a period of 30 days, you get moved to the "Inactive Members" group.
  • After being moved to the inactive members group, you have 90 days to become active. (You become active by making at least one post)
  • If you do not become active after a total of 120 days (30+90), your account will be deleted. You will then have to register at WebFlake again.

If you have any questions regarding this topic or explanation, please do not hesitate to contact a staff member.

Cheers,
Stake.

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Erza    302

Please note that this update is not recent. In fact, here is the original post that states the above:

And http://webflake.sx/topic/15097-inactivity-and-you/

The system introduced then is still active now. You need 5 non spamming posts if you want to get out of the Inactive Members group. You will see the shoutbox at 50 posts. If you spam to get a certain amount of posts they will be removed. 

 

I hope this clears things up a little. 

 

-Erza

 

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