It's possible to offer and award bounties of reputation on questions.
What is a bounty?
How can I find questions that have a bounty attached?
How do I start a bounty? When can I start a bounty?
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What circumstances can cause a question or answer to be deleted, and what does that actually mean?
How can a post be deleted?
When can't I delete my own post?
Can I still see my post even after it's ...
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Users with less than 50 reputation points cannot write comments on questions and answers that they don't own.
Why does this limit exist?
But I want to contribute now. What should I do instead?
But I ...
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How can I delete my Stack Exchange account(s)? Also,
What happens to my content? Can I request it be deleted as well?
What if I'm suspended, rate-limited, or banned from posting questions or answers?
When flagging, there are two special case options: spam and rude or abusive.
What is spam, and when should I flag content as such?
What is considered offensive, rude or abusive content?
How does the ...
What does bookmarking a question mean?
How do you bookmark a question?
Do users get updates on their bookmarked questions?
Are my bookmarks publicly visible?
How do you see your own bookmarks?
How do ...
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I posted a question which was closed as off-topic and it seems like it could fit on another site in the network. How can I go about moving it there?
What is migration?
When can a question be migrated,...
I recently received this rather amusing message while reviewing a user's first post:
This was only a test, designed to make sure you were paying attention. This post
has already been ...
Formerly Reputation requirements compared.
What are the reputation requirements for privileges on the various sites in the network?
Also, how do reputation requirements for various privileges compare ...
What are the common phrases, words, abbreviations that are used on Stack Overflow, Server Fault, Super User, Meta Stack Overflow, and the other Stack Exchange sites?
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Comments can now be upvoted and flagged. How do those features work?
Do users get rep for their upvoted comments? Do upvoted comments have any effect on comment sorting? And can users see their own ...
Historical locks are sometimes applied to questions.
What is a historical lock?
What is the purpose of a historical lock?
How are questions affected by historical locking?
When is it appropriate to ...
Questions can be protected (i.e. marked "highly active").
What does it mean for a question to be protected?
Why are some questions protected?
Who can protect and unprotect questions?
Who can answer a ...
Questions can be closed as duplicates.
When are two questions considered duplicates?
Which question is the duplicate?
It's a duplicate. What do I do?
Should I edit the question?
Should I answer it?