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In progress change moderator tools

Post by Flappypaddles on September 3rd 2014, 2:53 pm

Is it possible to change the moderator tools so they can only lock a thread or move a thread, not delete, split or combine.

I dont want any moderators to be able to delete threads or posts

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In progress Re: change moderator tools

Post by Derri on September 3rd 2014, 3:20 pm

Sorry you cannot do this as the moderation permissions do not work like this.


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Post by Base on September 3rd 2014, 5:05 pm

Hello,

The moderators either have access to all the tools or not. You could always instruct your moderators to not delete any topics or posts.

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In progress Re: change moderator tools

Post by SophieDophs on September 4th 2014, 7:06 pm

Hi Flappypaddles,

I have set the permissions on my forums so that moderators cannot delete threads. Only Admins can delete threads.

This is done through the forum configuration menu in the Admin panel - just untick the box that says 'delete' on each and every forum you have via the permissions tab.

I also keep all staff in a 'staff usergroup' so that I can tweak their permissions even further.

Hope this helps.

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