In your eve control panel, go to Eve>>Members>>Member Management. Search for the member(s) that you wish to add to the group. Check the box next to each member you wish to add. Under "Desired Action", select "Add to Power Group". A menu will appear with a list of available power groups. Choose the appropriate group, and then click the "Submit" button. Note that you can also add a member to a group via their Personal Zone page. Look for the Groups link on the left.
In your eve control panel, go to Eve >> Members >> Member Management. Search for the member in question. Click on the name of the member to access the member's Personal Zone. On the member's Personal Zone navigation bar, go to Forums >> Admin Functions. Check the “Moderate User's Posts” box and choose a “Moderation Expiration” if applicable. Click on “Submit.”
First, you should attempt to verify that the user is who they say they are. Ask the user to provide you with some of the more obscure information found in their private profile. As an admin, you have the power to create custom fields for the profile, and make them required (or optional). It's a good idea to take advantage of a custom field for security use. If you're still not sure, send an email to the email address on the account to confirm that they would like to change the email address...
Morgan- It will be a paid option because we will be tightly integrating it with Hoop.la's existing content moderation system, including options to send spam-detected posts to the Hoop.la moderation queue, delete automatically, and delete and ban users automatically. We will also have a "restore" queue for deleted spam.
Will do! I've basically been encouraging everyone I know interested in my site concept to share it like crazy. Having the support of friends / family with thriving online social networks helps a ton. And I realized that I should sign up for a FB page so I could entice regular FB users BACK to my site by posting news and blog post links there. Learning a lot and loving what you guys are doing! Where are you located? A couple people have asked and I can't figure it out. Morgan
Yes, you should definitely leverage your FB presence. That will help you too. The bulk of our staff are in Seattle, WA, but a couple of us are in Charleston, SC. We're in the process of opening a second office here. It's definitely helping us to have folks in two time zones!
Hi Jeff- There is no way to do that on a per-user basis. Like you said, you can change the effective date and make EVERYONE re-accept, but it cannot be done on a user-by-user basis. I'd suggest just sending a private message to users who are ignoring your rules to remind them what they agreed to and also to warn them that could be banned if they do not adhere to the rules.
I completely agree with the post. Creating the community online is merely a way to HOST people in coming together. It allows connection,(eventually mine will also have chat as most of my members are either deaf or interpreters) People long for connection and having an online community that facilitates a place to meet gives deaf people a sense of belonging that at times they do not have if they live alone or have very little connection with people who are able to communicate with them. Thank...
*BUMP* (Look at me Ted! -I searched first! Was going to post as a new topic but see it has already been suggested waaay back in two thousand ought thirteen) Multiple Premium Tiers would be awesome. (We too have organizations joining, not just individuals.) Annual Premium Member Supporting Premium Member Rosemary Retirement Fund Member Additionally, would love it if our members could make "over and above donations" through Feepod . We currently use a third-party called Networkforgood.org for...
Hi Wiekus, Yeah, that's a good idea, and it's something we are considering for a future release. Here's another suggestion for the idea with a few more votes: https://www.socialstrata.com/support/topic/dialogues Thanks! Brian
Hi Emma- In today's software update, we added support for displaying member count in the Members widget. It's a new setting in the Members widget. More on this release: https://www.socialstrata.com/blog/the-recipes-release
Hi Emma, We don't plan on adding back in the member total to the members widget, but we do have plans to add support for a new "Community Stats" widget which would include the member total on it. That's a new feature currently scheduled for development within the next 4 months or so (though that's not a guarantee). Hope that helps! Brian
Hi, PT: The "banned" status is not designed for your regular members to see. That's so admin staff can tell, as well as the member impacted. Sometimes bans are temporary, and not everyone needs to see the punishment. If you really want to make it obvious to your membership, you could change the display name to add (Banned) after the name. Just curious...why don't you want to delete the member? All their content will remain, but their avatar will just say "Guest", so you'll still have the...
Good morning Emma, You can see a count of Community Members on your control panel Summary Page. CP -> Basics -> Summary At the top of that page its the first statistic in the "Quick Statistics" section. Cheers, Jonmark
Hello, Sorry I wasn't more clear. I explained only one half of the scenario. The other half is a new condition for the Member Registers trigger. For Member Registers , there is a new condition called Registered During Post By Email . You can use that trigger and condition combination to reject new registrations by email. It will in effect prevent the post from being made, as well. You can read more about The Templates Release that included these new recipe features here:...
Yes, you can! You have the option to search by permission circle on the member search page. http://community.cs2compliance.com/cp/manage-members Once you have your search results you can click on the "Select All Members" link and then choose "Export Member Information (CSV File)" from the drop down options. Let me know if this is what you were looking for. Thanks, Jeff
In your Eve Control Panel, go to Eve >> Members >> Registration Settings, and choose the Basic Settings tab. Click on the flag icon at the bottom of the page to subscribe, (it should say "On" after you've done so) and then click on “Save Settings.”
Right @Aliza Rosen the ability to comment on blogs is enabled/disabled per blog post right now. However, a workaround would be to use CSS to suppress the comment box, etc. on blogs. If you need help with that, just let me know!
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