Hi Neil- Remember that you can set a content moderation rule to be notified about new posts by specific users, too. You can have set it so that the posts are still live (not held up in the mod queue). That might be a good option for you for now.
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.
Originally Posted by Rich Melvin: Re: Moderation Queue short cut You can always go right to your moderation queue using this link: http://<your forum domain here>/cp/moderationQueue And add it to your bookmarks/favorites.
I think there's still a place for a little bit of Stalin. Ok, maybe not in the arena of criticism, and some controversy is always going to happen. I've had to perform one execution as a moderator and I've never regretted the decision, though with different tools and more experience I might have been able to find a better way (though I still doubt it). Other than that, I guess I'm bits of all of these - if I had to pick one, I'm more of a border collie, but without the idea of the "correct"...
Great idea, Ted! We occasionally have spammers register and then try to promote products that have nothing to do with our site. The posts get reported by other members and we zap 'em, but by using this recipe the posts would never be seen by anyone in the first place. Nice.
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