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The owner of post should also able to see who liked or disliked instead of only admin.
closed with the note: You could manually set the option permit_view_voters_flaggers in the qa_options table to the number 10. Thanks @Destiny
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I wouldn't recommend doing that, as it increases the chances of revenge downvotes.
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May be one more option for seeing both up and down votes or only up votes.

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Change users profile to expert

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In reality, there are no great risks of giving your users the level of expert. There is not much difference between an expert and a registered user.

I use it this way on my site and I have never had problems
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But you could manually set the option permit_view_voters_flaggers in the qa_options table to the number 120. Or 100 for users with email confirmed.
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Where can I find detailed information about those user level numbers. Thanks
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QA_USER_LEVEL_BASIC', 0
QA_USER_LEVEL_APPROVED', 10
QA_USER_LEVEL_EXPERT', 20
QA_USER_LEVEL_EDITOR', 50
QA_USER_LEVEL_MODERATOR', 80
QA_USER_LEVEL_ADMIN', 100
QA_USER_LEVEL_SUPER', 120

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Check the level that I recommended in my previous comment.
Seeing level 100 and 120 is admin and superadmin

You can experiment with level 10 in option permit_view_voters_flaggers

Not directly 100 or 120.

It is high risk

It seems that those levels were from previous versions of Q2a and not 1.8. *

The current ones are the ones that I put here
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