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set usergroup as moderator

Discussion in 'Closed Suggestions' started by dieketzer, Aug 4, 2010.

  1. dieketzer

    dieketzer Well-Known Member

    one feature of phpbb that i have always loved is the ability to set a usergroup as a forum moderator. this is a great time saver for myself, and something i have always wished for in vb.
    any chance such a thing can/will be done in xenforo?
     
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  2. Enigma

    Enigma Well-Known Member

    Yes, I always thought it was somewhat unintuitive that the "Moderators" usergroup did not confer moderation abilities on its members.
     
  3. Erik

    Erik Well-Known Member

    Agree. The way it was implemented in vB was odd. :) Instead of defaulting to no moderating abilities, it should default to the ability to moderate in all forums. You should then be able to deny them moderating abilities on a forum-by-forum basis. :)
     
  4. Mike

    Mike XenForo Developer Staff Member

    Though not exposed, it's definitely doable to do groups as moderators. We only expose it on a per user basis.

    And no, putting a user into a moderator group doesn't automatically give them moderator permissions, unless you give them to that group, though even that it's slightly different than actually being a moderator. We use a separate interface to define the access that they (and admins) have.
     
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  5. dieketzer

    dieketzer Well-Known Member

    in an easy way like phpbb? one could assign any usergroup to moderate any individual forum? in phpbb, rather than entering a username as a moderator you simply enter a usergroup, and bobs your uncle.
     
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  6. ked38

    ked38 Member

    +1 as I agree on it. :)
     
  7. dieketzer

    dieketzer Well-Known Member

    so how would one go about this then?
    as is, it appears to function like the vb system.
     

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