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I have a question...will SmartScore just drop if the one who has a higher SmartScore goes up? Let me clarify with a *hypothetical* example... I have a subscore that keeps on dropping. However, there is only one person who has a higher subscore than me. However, he/she is not very much active. Yet, my subscore keeps decreasing. So can others affect the decrease of my subscore even if they have lower subscores?

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I've been giving you "Worst Answer" on all of your posts. Sorry. :c
In short, yes. The range of scores is what makes a difference, so if the bottom score in the system is increasing or decreasing, you may see effects from that.
(As the range compresses, that is.)

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Let me guess, is it Rebecca? She has a perfect engagement score of 100.

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