tomten
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2009-11-21T10:29:38Z
Is there a possibility to set so that my moderator have partial admin-access. So that he for instance can Create/Delete forums in addition to his usual moderator-access? Currently all he can do is related to topics and not the forums themselves. Would like to avoid making him an admin since then he also have access to features such as Prune Topics, Access Masks, Private Messages, Run SQL Queries etc.

Hoping for a quick reply 🙂
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bbobb
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2009-11-21T11:02:13Z
tomten
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2010-08-31T19:10:59Z
Maybe it's time to "bump" this question again. Is the feature I mention above part of the new 1.9.4 version?

It would really be useful for us to give a few of our moderators access to forum creation/editing without giving them full access to the Admin settings...
bbobb
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2010-08-31T20:06:04Z
No.
If a user wants to create a forum, an admin can do it for him.
tomten
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2010-08-31T20:35:32Z
bbobb wrote:

No.
If a user wants to create a forum, an admin can do it for him.


Yes, sure I understand that. However, we are running a social football-game with quite a big community (getting close to 800.000 posts now with more than 4.000 posts per day) and each team has their own private team forum inside our forums. This causes a lot of work for us Admins to maintain all of these forums and creating new ones (since we have more than 800 teams). Therefore we would like to delegate this work to our moderators (not the users) without giving the moderators access to all admin-functionality.
bbobb
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2010-08-31T21:03:25Z
I've heard it on the grapevine that Jaben makes customizations for ones who need custom features.:wink:

You should understand that only features which useful to all are being surely implemented 😞 . Or which are sponsored. Try and put it on the YAF tracker.

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