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CJ VermaTribe Team
Implementation Specialist

Hi Jeanne,

Thank you for the question! This can certainly be achieved with the help of Zapier. We can create a zap through which if a user's reputation score increases, it will result in a change in the user's badge name and user's badge type. If you would like to link any other update in a specific section of the profile leads to an update in other section, this zap can be leveraged. Here's a link to the zap that you can use and update accordingly- https://zapier.com/shared/73950da69c83cab5c8439dd37df3d7f4f6df9d3418

Here's a video demo where I take you through the complete process.

https://www.loom.com/share/14815426651d474eb1a7eb6262cd47de
Eli Tribe TEAM
Enterprise Account Manager at Tribe

Hi @Jeff Breunsbach8 . When you go to any user's profile page, if the reputation app is enable din your community, you can see the user's reputation point on his/her profile account: 

Can I pull a report of every members Reputation point total?

 

Also, when you "export" user's info, there is a column in the exported CSV file that includes the user's reputation score up to that moment: 

Can I pull a report of every members Reputation point total?

 

How to export user info? Here12 is the instruction. 

Try this CSS code that first hides the Most Reputable Users and then replaces this with something like "Most Active Users" for example:

.users-leaderboard > div > div:nth-child(1) > h5 > span {
display: none !important;
}

.users-leaderboard > div > div:nth-child(1) > h5:after {
content: 'Most Active Users' !important;
}