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I am trying to find on the site how Senior and Junior members and Guests are defined and how one might migrate from one to another... Just curious... Thanks.
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Re: Senior - Junior

Unless you use a custom user title in your profile, the system labels you a 'junior member' until you have a requisite number of posts (not sure, maybe 100) at which point you'll be labelled a 'senior member'. As mentioned, and as you've done, this is an editable feature.

Guest would be someone not logged in, though I've never seen that label other than the 'number of users at present' field.

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