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posted over 1 year ago by Mithical‭  ·  edited over 1 year ago by Mithical‭

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#2: Post edited by user avatar Mithical‭ · 2021-04-19T18:35:02Z (over 1 year ago)
  • As sau226 mentioned, this is the score of the post. Since the way we calculate post score can be a little confusing, there's a [help center article](https://meta.codidact.com/help/scoring) that explains exactly how it works.
  • I agree that it's make sense to add something like "Score: 0.5" or similar, to clarify what that number is.
  • As sau226 mentioned, this is the score of the post. Since the way we calculate post score can be a little confusing, there's a [help center article](https://meta.codidact.com/help/scoring) that explains exactly how it works.
  • I agree that it'd make sense to add something like "Score: 0.5" or similar, to clarify what that number is.
#1: Initial revision by user avatar Mithical‭ · 2021-04-19T08:31:30Z (over 1 year ago)
As sau226 mentioned, this is the score of the post. Since the way we calculate post score can be a little confusing, there's a [help center article](https://meta.codidact.com/help/scoring) that explains exactly how it works.

I agree that it's make sense to add something like "Score: 0.5" or similar, to clarify what that number is.