Chegg Dynamic Authoring Limit: Everything You Need to Know

Dynamic Authoring Limit

Important - The stats table in the Q&A dashboard does not reflect downvotes on the solutions you solved earlier than the current month.

The criteria for calculating your Daily Authoring Limit has
been revised. Now, thequality of your solutions will decide your daily solving limit. 

On Chegg Q&A, your Daily Authoring Limit is refreshed and updated at 12:30 PM every day, along with your stats based on your past authoring performance. The limit warning appears when you reach your respective limit for the day from 12:31 PM to next day 12:29 PM. 

Let us explain with an example - Let's say your Authoring Limit for today is 10 (Refreshed at 12:30PM) and you log in at 12:31 PM to solve questions. Now, you will be able to solve 10 questions between 12:31PM to 12:29 PM the next day.

If your Authoring Limit is met for the day, we request you to come back the next day at 12:31PM.

This limit is present to make your authoring experience familiar and easy-going, enabling you to give high quality solutions with no honor code violations as you solve more and more in the upcoming period.

Your performance is closely monitored, and it needs to be maintained constantly. Therefore, you won’t be stuck with the current limit, if you author good quality solutions continuously.


Q1. What is the authoring limit?
Ans. Today's Authoring limit available on your Chegg Q&A dashboard represents the number of questions you can solve today. This limit refreshes  every day at 12:30 along with your other stats, based on your performance.

Q2. How can I increase my daily authoring limit?
Ans. Your daily authoring limit depends on your Recent Chegg and Student ratings, so make sure you submit high-quality solutions to get a higher authoring limit.