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Moderate Discussions

Within our ScribbleLive Engage platform, a Discussion post is defined as a reply to a post. As with Commenting, you are able to moderate Discussions; giving you control over the flow of conversation. Click here to learn about enabling or disabling discussion comments.

Navigation
Dashboard > Any Live Stream > Menu > Setup > Stream
Dashboard > Any Live Stream > Menu > Write > Content Studio
Permission
Administrator  |  Developer  |  Editor

 


Moderate Discussion Posts in the Content Studio

1. Go to Menu > Write > Content Studio.
2. In the Moderation Hub, filter the content by selecting Channel > Discussions.
3. All discussion posts pending approval will appear in the Moderation Hub.

Note: On the back-end, discussion comments include a "Show related post" reference to the original post, giving moderators context for approval.

  • To approve a discussion comment: click the checkmark.
  • To delete a discussion comment: click Delete from the Options menu. 
  • To ban a user : click Ban (Stream) to ban a user from only this stream. Click Ban (Global) to ban a user from all of your streams.

Note: Deleting comments in the Moderated Hub can not be undone.

 

 


Note: Comments on posts created in the Rich Text Editor will include the message "Show related post". This message will link to the post permalink so the original post can be previewed.

 

 


Moderate Discussion Posts in the Original Writer's Interface

1. Go to the Menu > Write > Standard page of your stream.
2. Click on the Moderated Discussions tab in the social sidebar, located in the right-rail of your page.
3. All discussion posts pending approval into your stream will appear in the Moderated Discussions queue.
  • To approve a discussion comment: click the checkmark.
  • To delete a discussion comment: click the X. 
  • To approve all comments in the Moderated Discussions queue: click on the Bulk Approve button.

Note: Deleting comments in your Moderated Discussion queue cannot be undone.

 

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