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  • How do I allow non moderators to edit posts after the time limit expires?

    We allow registered users to edit their posts for up to 10 days.

    There are a few users who maintain Key Posts, who are not moderators, but whom we would like to be able to edit their own posts indefinitely. Is this possible?

    If we appoint them moderators,then they can edit and delete other posts which we don't want them to be able to do.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Burgess View Post
        If we appoint them moderators.
        Create a new "usergroup", name it for example "Mod".....when setting permissions enable "Can Moderate All Forums (is Super Moderator)" go to...... admin cp >Forums and Moderators >show all Moderators......each "Mod" will be named, you can then disable or enable exactly which permissions you want each one to have thereby allowing them to do exactly what you asked.

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