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Discussion in 'Welcome lounge and forum help' started by AdmiralNelson, Nov 16, 2015.

  1. AdmiralNelson

    AdmiralNelson New commenter

    Does anyone know if:

    1. A poster is always informed when he/she is put on pre-moderation?
    2. Whether being put on pre-moderation means one cannot start conversations?
    3. Being on pre-moderation means one cannot contact the Mods to ask why?
  2. TheoGriff

    TheoGriff Star commenter

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  3. marlin

    marlin Star commenter

    Sorry I don't know the answer to this.
    No, you cannot start conversations when you are on pre-moderation.
    You can email them community@tes.co.uk - they certainly do not discuss reasons for moderation in the open forum.
    Last edited: Nov 16, 2015
  4. TES_Rosaline

    TES_Rosaline Administrator Staff Member

    Hello @AdmiralNelson,

    Thank you for your questions.

    People are usually put on moderation for breaching on the of the house rules outlined in the

    Community Guidelines
    Terms and Conditions
    Code of Conduct
    Forum netiquette ( a downloadable version can be found in the help section: https://community.tes.com/help/)

    Marlin is right. Moderated users cannot start conversations. Moderation decisions are not discussed in the open forum.

    The moderation policy clearly states the following:

    Please note: Threads or posts may be deleted and members may be banned at the sole discretion of TES moderation staff without notice.

    We reserve the right to amend our moderation policy at any time without notice.

    Please can you send me a PM if you would like more information?
  5. TES_Rosaline

    TES_Rosaline Administrator Staff Member

    Out of interest, why do you ask?

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