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#1 2017-08-20 15:52:53

Whirl
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Merge Forum Admin & Forum Mods, & merge EE Mod & EE Admin groups

To create together "EE Staff" & "Forum Staff" groups


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#2 2017-08-20 16:36:37

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Re: Merge Forum Admin & Forum Mods, & merge EE Mod & EE Admin groups

forum admins and mods have way different permissions tho

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#3 2017-08-20 17:10:40

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Re: Merge Forum Admin & Forum Mods, & merge EE Mod & EE Admin groups

No. There's a reason mods and admins exist. Admins have permission to modify the forums, mods only have permission to manage the posts and users inside. Merging doesn't make sense.


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#4 2017-08-20 17:15:20

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Re: Merge Forum Admin & Forum Mods, & merge EE Mod & EE Admin groups

Different55 wrote:

No. There's a reason mods and admins exist. Admins have permission to modify the forums, mods only have permission to manage the posts and users inside. Merging doesn't make sense.

Zoey2070 wrote:

forum admins and mods have way different permissions tho

Okay, I have the way to lock this topic then as if it's replied now


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