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It is the people who have a purple A next to their username. They welcome to users to the site. They are very friendly. You apply to become an ambassador. They are very helpful...
ohh thanks!! have a nice weekend
Ambassador, like @some_someone has mentioned, are users with a purple A next to their name. Their job is to: •Welcome new comers to the site. •Tell them about the COC, chat, and protocol of the site. •Make them feel good and help them join/feel a part of the community. •Teach them how to give medals when someone helps them, and encourage them to close their questions when done. •Be a friend, mentor, and guide to users on the site. •Invite friends and spread the good word about OpenStudy. •Use social media - FB and Tw to post good things about OpenStudy.

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We get an A by our name. We try to promote OpenStudy, welcome new users, increase user retention, etc. Here is the new application form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/14kZejqKJuYBxuRCxCjwa-rAUtScOYB6KTlrZDmYLTGM/viewform
^ I'm seeing tso in every single post...

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