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First, this is a fairly non-productive place to ask this question: privileges are handled network-wide, so Meta Stack Exchange is the better place to ask it. There doesn’t appear to be any previous discussions of an idea like this, but you should probably do a more thorough search than the quick look-see I did if you want to raise it there. (Then again, ...


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Users can always comment on their own questions and answers regardless of reputation, see the end note of this meta.SE post.


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You are not required to use all community privileges SE does not pay you, nor any of us who participate and who fulfill a variety of the "community mod" functions. You are thus under no burden to do that which you feel not qualified to do. If you are not comfortable with some of the community mod tools, or feel unqualified to review or answer certain ...


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Bronze and silver tag badges confer no privileges. If you have a gold tag badge then you earn some privileges related to duplicate closures. The Dupehammer: When a question has your gold-badge tag, your votes to close it as a duplicate are unilateral. This means it is immediately closed as a duplicate of whatever you said because you said so. This is like ...


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It’s kind of like how the privilege to unhold/reopen works: “should this be on hold? I don’t think it should be; I’m voting to reopen.” The undelete privilege is the same: vote to undelete when you don’t think it should be deleted. It takes the same number of votes from non-author, non-mod users to undelete as it takes to delete: 3. So you’re free to cast ...


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See here: New onboarding for review queues From the question: We are also showing a popover to users who earned access to review queues in the past, but have never done a review or haven't reviewed in the last 30 days. This popover is only appearing for the next 90 days. The goal is to engage users who may not have interacted with the queues since we made ...


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