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Is there a cap on the number of times I can up/downvote other people's questions and answers in a day?

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Wasn't the FAQ migrated over here? I can't find it. – mmyers Aug 3 '09 at 20:14
up vote 5 down vote accepted

Yes, you can vote 30 times a day. This applies to all the sites and is a grand total of 30 up and down votes.

I tried to find it listed on the site, but not having luck finding it.

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The cap(s) I believe are:

  • Voting up and down: 30 times per day
  • Voting to close and reopen: 12 times per day
  • Flagging a post as Spam or Offensive: 5 times per day

Unsure on the limits for comment voting.

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I believe you get 5 flags per day, and as far as I can tell you get 17280 comment votes – Ian Elliott Aug 3 '09 at 20:18
Shortly after comment voting was introduced, I did run out of comment votes. But word is the limit has since been removed. I haven't tested it, though. – mmyers Aug 3 '09 at 20:23
@mmyers: No, there is definitely a limit. I hit it just last week, during the wave of people posting crazy gibberish. – Hilarious Comedy Pesto Aug 3 '09 at 20:30
I definitely hit comment threshold last week – TheTXI Aug 3 '09 at 20:33

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