In what basis the 'students helped' counter counts?

1 Answer
Aug 4, 2017

Answer:

Here's how that works.

Explanation:

The students helped counter works by counting the number of times people have viewed an answer that you have contributed to.

In other words, every time a student lands on an answer that you have contributed to, the count increases by #1#. At the same time, a dot is added to your contributions map--the one you can see on your profile page--to show where your contribution has been seen.

The bigger the number of views from a certain location, the bigger the dot and, of course, the higher the number of times your contributions have been seen.

You can find more info on how the contributions map works in this blog post.