Posted anonymously - because i saw the option as I was about to post and rather liked the Irony of it, but this is a genuine question, inspired by this gem: https://www.accountingweb.co.uk/any-answers/director-private-car-purchased
So, other platforms have a minimum post level before you are allowed to do certain things (be that PM other users, access sales pages, etc). Should Sift apply the same system here? There really is no need to post anomynously for most people (especially those who hide behind a seemingly meaningless username) but i can see limited instances where it can be helpful or might be necessary if your public identity is available, or has been revealed previously. Various people have already appealed for removal or alteration of the anonymous function without success, so is this a feasable option?
If so, what should the limit be? In some cases the threshold is set too low, and people spam the platform to get their quota up. To prevent that, would it be acceptable to prevent anonymous posting until someone reaches, say, 50 posts? 100? Should you actually be a seasoned/regular contributor before you earn such a right?