Is there a way to enable a Moderator with superpower of editing all the sections, ban users, find user for ip address, see user ip, change user's signature, change user's avatar.
A sort of Sub-Admin user (or if you prefer a Super-Mod:)
I am thinking of migrating my smf forum to nodebb.
Currently, i have my smf set up to allow my sub-forum moderators (in nodebb, i assume is category moderators) to help administer the sub-forum.
The sub-forums i have set up is actually restricted access, and my sub-forum moderators will be given the rights to allow users into their sub-forums.
In nodebb, falling short of giving the sub-forum (category moderators) administration rights, is it possible for me to have a similar forum structure?
@Silvina Duplicate request of gh#1299.
Currently group moderator in NodeBB can't access the ACP, so changing group permissions etc isn't something that would be possible without them being an admin. Which would give them access to other sections of the site control panel. (Not advised)
Thanks for your reply
Is this feature in the pipeline? As i don't see it being mentioned in the roadmap at all.
@Silvina If enough people ask for it, they build it. Maybe bump that issue up with a comment.
Or bump this, or the many other threads asking for subforums
I can actually work around categories, but i needed it to be self managed,
so in nodebb terms, the category moderators and/or category admins can be given access control to manage the category, including who to allow/disallow into that category.
so in nodebb terms, the category moderators and/or category admins can be given access control to manage the category
including who to allow/disallow into that category.
To elaborate on my last point, that would require giving someone global admin access in order to allow a group access to a category. You would then manually add members to that group that needed access to that category.
Yeah, this is tricky -- having individual moderators manage whitelists (either by user or by group) is definitely not a typical use case for forums, much less subcategories.
As @a_5mith said, it's possible to do if every global moderator has access to the groups page, and can manage their own groups, but at this point, there's a lot more work that needs to be done before we can even approach doing something like this...
NodeBB is looking to be a great forum software to lookout for!
I appreciate you guys taking the effort to answer my queries.
Bump since subcategories are now on the books
i need that function too
uh-oh, also need this. Didnt know that it would be difficult to have the owner of a group be in control of a subcategory for that group.