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03 June 2002 @ 07:34 pm
Woo hoo ... more invite codes...  
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Oh lookee...

<span class="heading">Codes Generated</span><br /><b>9</b> more codes were generated for the following reasons: <ul><li>For reaching 4680 support points.</li>
<li>For reaching 4700 support points.</li>
<li>For reaching 4720 support points.</li>
<li>For reaching 4740 support points.</li>
<li>For having a permanent account (200206, #1)</li>
<li>For having a permanent account (200206, #2)</li>
<li>For having a permanent account (200206, #3)</li>
<li>For having a permanent account (200206, #4)</li>
<li>For having a permanent account (200206, #5)</li>
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Wow... doing <a href="http://www.livejournal.com/support/help.bml">LiveJournal Support</a> is so easy to earn points.
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Gem: Tomoyosaintgem on June 21st, 2002 05:33 pm (UTC)
Working so hard... and nothing.
I don't get it.
Is it because I'm a free user?
Is it because nobody likes me?
Everytime I answer a question in Support it's always "screened answer"
I think I have to be APPROVED by one of you support peoples to get in. I just want to make a code so I can give it to my friend. I mean I can't even locate people in my area because I'm not a paid member. If I had a credit card I would pay but I'm not old enough. I can't even do the cool code everyone uses to look all neat.


FAQ Reference:
What are overrides? How do they work?



This code wont come up.
What do I have to do to get some points???
Life is a Highwayhighway on June 21st, 2002 08:55 pm (UTC)
Re: Working so hard... and nothing.
Support is difficult work and it generally takes someone a while to earn points. Often two weeks until the first point or first small batch.

If you're interested in helping in support, it is suggested you read the support guide located at http://www.livejournal.com/doc/find?guide=support so that you can learn what is expected from support volunteers and which sorts of answers get approved.

You should also keep track of the community lj_support (http://www.livejournal.com/community/lj_support). It's also recommended, but not required that you read helpscreening (http://www.livejournal.com/community/helpscreening) - where you can ask any questions you have about how support works or why one answer gets approved and another doesn't. Both communities have particularly helpful entries bookmarked as memories.

If you want an invite code, check out my request for 'milk ads'.
Gemsaintgem on June 22nd, 2002 07:41 am (UTC)
Re: Working so hard... and nothing.
Thankyou for replying!
Alot of the support group dosen't seem to like me.
I think it's because I'm not a paid member.
-Gem
Life is a Highwayhighway on June 22nd, 2002 08:22 am (UTC)
Re: Working so hard... and nothing.
Paid membership is not a factor... many support volunteers are not paid members either ... just keep at it.
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Life is a Highwayhighway on July 5th, 2002 01:42 pm (UTC)
Re:
There is no such thing as a 'real' support person. There are some with high-access than others because of their history and proven ability to provide the right answers (also known as support volunteers with supportprivs).

Provided that your screened answer meets the following criteria:

1) attaches the correct/relevant FAQ.
2) has within the answer the relevant links to FAQs & supportive documents of those that isn't provided in the FAQ (or if you have more than one FAQ to reference).
3) ansewrs all the questions posed in the request

First screened answer that the above conditions get approved by those with access for approval.

If you have questions about why a screened answer wasn't approved, check to see difference between the answer approved versus your screened answer. If you still can see the difference in answer, ask on http://www.livejournal.com/community/helpscreening ... in some cases, it might simply be a case of collision.
(Anonymous) on March 15th, 2003 06:55 pm (UTC)
can you help me?
Hey, i know you don't know me/i know you and i'm soooo sorry for bothering you, but i read that you have some extra LiveJournal codes. i've been looking for one for sooo long and i was wondering if you could spare one for me? i would grately appreciate it. if you could email me @ MethsNumba1Grl@yahoo.com, great. if not, or you don't have anymore, thank anyways.

thank you,
g
Life is a Highwayhighway on March 16th, 2003 12:05 am (UTC)
Re: can you help me?
I only give out invite codes in exchange for milk ads ... see my offer link on my main journal page.