Currently, you only receive points for problems that have ratings. In the near future, we will allow users to attach (starting) ratings and topics to their problems, and after they are tried by a sufficient number of people, you will receive points for them as well. All in due time!

That isn't the case, definitely. I have received 100 points for solving problems that people had reshared. Many of these problems didn't have ratings and even then, I received points. I think issue is only with the Explore feature..

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TopNewestCurrently, you only receive points for problems that have ratings. In the near future, we will allow users to attach (starting) ratings and topics to their problems, and after they are tried by a sufficient number of people, you will receive points for them as well. All in due time!

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Same here

EDIT: Wait a minute, it doesn't say we actually get points. Only if they have ratings do we get points.

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That isn't the case, definitely. I have received 100 points for solving problems that people had reshared. Many of these problems didn't have ratings and even then, I received points. I think issue is only with the

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Same, but that was before they updated the taskbar at the top.

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Really? That's a problem...

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