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  • How to have all posts require moderator approval

    How can I require that posts of all members (registered as well as new) be approved by a moderator before they are listed?

    Thanks

  • #2
    Hi there

    This is not a hard thing to do:
    1. Login to the Admin Control Panel of your forum as an Administrator (http://www.yoursite.com/forum/admin/)
    2. From the left menu, goto the section Forums & Moderators and click on 'Modify'
    3. From the right page that appeared, click on the [edit] button besides each forum.
    4. Then surf down to Moderation Options and where it says Moderator Queue - set that to YES
    5. Save. (and repeat for each forum you want to change)
    Done!

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    • #3
      Thanks.

      Is it possible to set it globally for all forums instead of forum by forum?

      Also, I may have between 5 to 10 more questions throughout the day. Is it better to post them here or in support?


      Thanks again

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      • #4
        Originally posted by realnew
        Thanks.

        Is it possible to set it globally for all forums instead of forum by forum?

        Also, I may have between 5 to 10 more questions throughout the day. Is it better to post them here or in support?


        Thanks again
        Hi there again,

        I personally do not use the Moderator queue feature, because I do not need it. So I wouldn't really know if there was a global feature for this.

        My brain just informed me that if you set it to the 'category' all the child forums below it might inherit it. MIGHT !! I am not sure and didn't test this. But it would save a lot of editing.

        And about the other questions, just ask them. I can reply to them if I know the awnser, and otherwise someone else might So feel free to ask.

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