I want to award an achievement to a user based on his total replies count in Forums.
Below are the breakups:
I tried setting up rule with different combination and below is what I have reached closest to what I want, but that didn't worked.
I know that I can create custom rules by extending the Rule support (https://community.telligent.com/community/10/w/developer-training/53168/extending-rule-support). But, before I take that route, I would like to know whether my requirement can be met by out-of-the-box features.
Any help will be appreciated.
We also have the Forum Reply: Author Verified Reply Count token, if that satisfies the requirements. Otherwise you actually aren't able to directly query the API for a count of all the user's forum replies. You might be able to get this count via Search Results Api (https://community.telligent.com/community/10/w/api-documentation/60529/searchresults-in-process-api-service), but either way the count will lag behind slightly due to the counts being calculated via jobs. If you do want to go the custom code route, what you actually need to create is a single token that matches the forum reply content type and returns a total forum reply count. Token information is here: (https://community.telligent.com/community/10/w/developer-training/53175/registering-tokens-for-templates).
Thank you for the reply. I noticed that the rule that I shared above works when I posted a forum thread reply but after a delay. I assume that's because it is taken care by Job Server and is expected.
So my questions is User: Total Posts (from the above attached image) represents forum replies only or it include activities from blog comments, etc. If User: Total Posts refers to forum replies alone, then I could use the above rule as it is. Can you please confirm?