How to earn browniz points
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mot2word  Identity Verified
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Apr 16, 2010

This question has probably been asked a thousand times but can anyone point me to the URL within ProZ that discusses how members can earn brownie points?
Thanks much.
mot2word


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Alejandro Cavalitto
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You can visit your browniz history page Apr 16, 2010

Dear mot2word,

To see how you can earn browniz points, visit your browniz history page. Your browniz history page contains a breakdown of where your current number of browniz come from, with links to "Earn" of each category. If a category doesn't have a "Earn" link, then it is either deprecated (old, replaced, not used anymore), or is undergoing renovation.

I hope this helps!

Please see the Browniz points FAQs for more information.

By the way, if you have any doubts on how ProZ.com works, you can always submit a support request and staff will help you.

Best regards,

Alejandro Cavalitto
ProZ.com Staff


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mot2word  Identity Verified
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browniz points Apr 16, 2010

thank you, alejandro!
Alejandro Cavalitto wrote:

Dear mot2word,

To see how you can earn browniz points, visit your browniz history page. Your browniz history page contains a breakdown of where your current number of browniz come from, with links to "Earn" of each category. If a category doesn't have a "Earn" link, then it is either deprecated (old, replaced, not used anymore), or is undergoing renovation.

I hope this helps!

Please see the Browniz points FAQs for more information.

By the way, if you have any doubts on how ProZ.com works, you can always submit a support request and staff will help you.

Best regards,

Alejandro Cavalitto
ProZ.com Staff


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xxxjenbikkal

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BrowniZ expiration and other purchasing options Jan 13, 2011

Hi,

I was wondering if there was an expiration on the BrowniZ? If I don't use them within one year, would I lose them?

Also, I'd like to purchase some of ProZ's educational videos, can i use my BrowniZ points for this purpose?

Thanks so much!
-Jennifer


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Lucia Leszinsky
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Browniz points do not expire Jan 13, 2011

Hello Jennifer,

Browniz points do not have an expiration date. Once you have earned them, they remain credited to your account until you decide to use them.

Currently, browniz points can be used to get a discount in membership purchase, but not in training.

Also, browniz points can be used to pay for access to entries on the outsourcer Blue Board and for purchasing directory text ads.

Hope this explains.

Kind regards,

Lucía


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Tomás Cano Binder, BA, CT  Identity Verified
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Do not expire Jan 13, 2011

jenbikkal wrote:
I was wondering if there was an expiration on the BrowniZ? If I don't use them within one year, would I lose them?

They do not expire. I have some very old ones that are getting mouldy...


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