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Moderation Quene permission ?

Discussion in 'XenForo Questions and Support' started by ThunderBird2, Jun 9, 2013.

  1. ThunderBird2

    ThunderBird2 Member

    Hi guys,

    I have set one group called Register 0 (means I have to approve or disapprove new threads or spamming messages if new users are registered). It will show up on Moderation Quene/Awaiting User Approval

    Other group called Register 1 is we can permit to good members after transferred from Register 0. I still see Moderation Quene when a user create new thread or new posts, I have to approve again? How to set it without moderation quene approval?

    Doesn't ACP's usergroup permission fix this matter, it is confusing..
  2. Jeremy

    Jeremy XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    If you revoked a permission, or set them to be in moderation (I can't for the life of me think of the actual permission), and only added them to Registered 1 as a promotion, make sure you specifically set it to allow/ not be in moderation.

    If they are still in Registered 0, the "Inherit" setting will be to be in moderation.
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  3. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

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  4. Martok

    Martok Well-Known Member

    Registered 0 should have the Follow message moderation rules set to Not Set (No)
    Registered 1 should have the Follow message moderation rules set to Allow

    Users in Registered 0 will have their posts moderated. Users added to Registered 1 can post without moderation.

    There's no need to transfer from one group to another. If you have your groups set up correctly you can just add to additional groups to increase permissions. See Brogan guide for more info on this.

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  5. ThunderBird2

    ThunderBird2 Member

    Thank you guys, I appreciate your support.

    As we know, usergroups permission is not easy or conflict with other users rules.

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