Asked by Ildiko Laszlo — 27 Oct 2012
6,748 Views, Asked 3 years, 12 months ago
Shayla Simmons said:
In order to be hot a photo must be in a theme, as hotness shows the most popular photos within a given theme. It is not selected by staff members, but is automatically awarded based on community reaction to a photo.
Hotness is determined by factors like number of votes, comments, views, and favorites. The "hotness" of a photo is automatically updated by our server every day for open themes. A photo's hotness is not permanent, but can change based on how the community is responding to other photos in the theme over time. If a photo is not hot now, it could be hot later based on the community reaction.
If a photo used to be hot, you'll see a gray star under the title. If you click on the star, you can find information about when the photo was last hot.
Hope that helps!
3 years, 11 months ago
iBoothMe photobooth(deleted) said:
A hot photo is such a photo which appeals viewers mind so fast as it is called hot. It's type can be different but every one will see it according to his/her own choice.
3 years, 3 months ago
Mark Tate(deleted) said:
I can also mean the the person who took the photo just knows more people on JPG who will fave there shot regardless of how good it is or is not.
It is not as bad now as it was when there was still a print mag.
It really means very little it anything at all.
6 months, 3 weeks ago
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