The end of the year is a time full of celebrations. It’s also a great time to celebrate your community’s most impactful members and discussions. While digging up the data to find these users and topics can be time consuming, we’ve made it extremely simple with our Yearly Review plugin.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://blog.discourse.org/2021/11/community-year-in-review
Will this also include
I know of a help forum where a few users have asked about this. We realize we can obtain a User List from the User Directory and sort it by Solutions, but that’s not quite the same. Including a list of the top 10 users with the most solutions would fit in this review nicely… and make them happy.
I don’t believe it does at this time; however what we used to do at Discourse is pull the Tech Support badge we had set up. Having a solutions leaderboard of sorts could lead to people trying to game the system. A badge gets around that some.
This looks great! Is there any way to focus on specific forum categories, or does it always generate the full list? We have a lot of different categories, and the Year in Review post could end up looking very long
If the plugin always produces a list for all categories, I might try publishing it to a Staff-only category, and manually curating a summary for our community-facing wrap-up.
yearly review categories setting will limit the generated posts to just those selected categories. Since you’re a hosted customer, let us know if you need some help testing it out!
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