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More group moderators

Post by BlaCkMinD on December 27th 2011, 12:39 am

The group moderators = the group leaders.

In all the platforms excepting forumotion/forumgratuit/etc it's possible to be up to 2 group moderators. My suggestion is to be this thing added onto forumotion's forum, it's useful.

At what can we use it?

-If you want someone to help you when you're leaving the country/city, you'll give him total acces to the forum by making him a moderator on the group "administrators"(the official group)
-If you want some help with the applications, let's say Global Moderators applications, if they're up to 20+, the other group moderator will take care of them, of course, with your help.

And the list can continue, but I stopped here because I don't know English well and I don't want someone to understand what I want to mean wrong.

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Re: More group moderators

Post by Derri on December 28th 2011, 2:14 am

I think this would be a very good idea


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Re: More group moderators

Post by Sanket on December 28th 2011, 5:29 am

What's the difference between a group moderator & moderator technically.

The only thing is, that he can add or remove a user from the group.

This can be done by an admin when the moderator is on a holiday & its so urgent to remove or add someone to the group. I am sure, the admin decides which user leaves or stays.

Okay, without the technicalities.
A group moderator is supposed to lead the group, sort queries within the group members if any, he acts as the point of information transfer between his group & the admin. I believe only 1 person is required for this. Just as its always been in companies, there can only be a single team leader working on one project. There can't be two people, because then there will be difference of opinions.

I vote No for this suggestion.

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Re: More group moderators

Post by SLGray on December 28th 2011, 6:44 am

Sorry voted No.

I agree with Sanket. It can get very messy if you have too many in a important position.


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Re: More group moderators

Post by Omu on December 30th 2011, 12:48 pm

I voted NO for this suggestion.

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Re: More group moderators

Post by Guest on January 13th 2012, 4:58 pm

This suggestion I seen on romanian support forum also. And I don't understand the logical sense of the suggestion. Arguments was written by Sanket. Wink

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Re: More group moderators

Post by Jophy on November 3rd 2013, 11:28 am

Suggestion section clean up // Garbaged

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