Moderation Panel

In this article, we'll go into detail about the moderation panel and how it operates.


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Logging In

You can login to the ArrowChat moderation panel by visiting http://www.yoursite.com/arrowchat/mod/ in your browser (replacing yoursite.com with your own domain).


Adding Mods/Admins

Adding admins and moderators can only be done through the administration panel. You can login to the ArrowChat administration panel by visiting http://www.yoursite.com/arrowchat/admin/ in your browser (replacing yoursite.com with your own domain). Please see Logging Into the Admin Panel for more information.

In your ArrowChat admin panel, navigate to Users -> Manage Users.

Edit User

Search for the username or user ID of the person you would like to add and click Edit. You'll now be able to check the box to make the user an administrator or moderator. Be sure to hit Save Changes.

Make User Admin

Mod Permissions

Users that you define as a moderator have the following permissions:

Reports Can do reports, including warnings and banning users.
Chat Rooms - Manage Ability to add, edit all settings, and delete chat rooms.
Chat Rooms - Logs Ability to view chat room logs.
Users - Ban Ability to ban users by username or IP address.

Admin Permissions

Users that you define as an administrator have the following permissions:

Reports Can do reports, including warnings and banning users.
Chat Rooms - Manage Ability to add, edit all settings, and delete chat rooms.
Chat Rooms - Logs Ability to view chat room logs.
Moderator Logs Ability to view actions done by other moderators (warnings/bans given and reports completed).
Users - Ban Ability to ban users by username or IP address.
Users - Manage Ability to fully edit users, including making them a moderator and seeing IP addresses. Admins cannot remove or assign admin access.
Users - Logs Ability to view user logs.

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