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How does “Reputation” work?

If I am getting reputations on continuously, what is the use of that. What I can achieve. Want to know what happen if I score good reputations.How much is the daily reputation limits.

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marked as duplicate by Mad Scientist, Alenanno, Toon Krijthe, Joachim Sauer, ЯegDwight Oct 8 '12 at 11:08

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How does “Reputation” work? – hims056 Oct 8 '12 at 10:52
@hims056 kind off.. – Rahul Baradia Oct 8 '12 at 10:53

The daily reputation cap is set at 200 points, not including reputation gained from bounties.

The main advantage of reputation, aside from prestige, is that reputation unlocks new privileges on the site. These are listed on the privileges page, located here on Stack Overflow.

For example on your Stack Overflow account, your next 'unlock' is at 1,000 reputation. This will give you the established user privilege - in summary you get an expandable usercard and the ability to view +- on votes as well as the net score.

It should be noted that the reputation tied to privileges is less on beta sites and even less on private beta sites. This allows these sites to get going by allowing low reputation users to moderate when there has been little opportunity to gain rep.

You may also want to see the faq on reputation and the comparison of rep requirements on all sites.

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