Learn English – Term describing the “in good standing” conditional

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As I understand it, the phrase "in good standing" describes a person or entity having complied with all their explicit obligations and therefore has no negative history so far. Being "in good standing" or having "lost good standing" are the two possible conditions, what is the umbrella term that would describe these?

I need to use this in a text-based layout:

Feedback
This person is in good standing.

–or–

Feedback
This person has lost good standing.

My question is, what is the best term to use in place of "Feedback" in the heading in the above two examples?

Best Answer

In computing we typically use the word status. It is noteworthy that being in good standing may be a state which does not indicate a perfect history, but sometimes only indicates a time period or other details.

sta·tus /ˈstādəs,ˈstadəs/ noun

  1. the relative social, professional, or other standing of someone or something.

"an improvement in the status of women"

synonyms: standing, rank, ranking, position, social position, level, place, estimation; datedstation

"the status of women"

  1. the position of affairs at a particular time, especially in political or commercial contexts.

"an update on the status of the bill"

synonyms: state, position, condition, shape, stage

"the current status of the project"

Source: Google Dictionary https://www.oxforddictionaries.com/licensing/google