New User Restrictions

twicesafe

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Sep 4, 2018
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Forensic_Notes
#1
As a new user, your account has a few restrictions until you become a proven member of the community.
- All posts must be approved prior to showing in the forum
- No ability to edit signature
- No ability to add "About" information
- No ability to set status

As a result, your menu will look like the following:



If you click on Account Details, you will see...




Once you a trusted member, you will gain the following features:



And then within the Account Details, you will be able to add additional information:





Influencers

Influencers will have additional customization options and the ability to further promote their own services and sites.

If you are an influencer, please contact us TwiceSafe within the communication section for more information.





SPAM will NOT be tolerated!

Any attempts to SPAM the community will result in a complete BAN including any possible related accounts. If in doubt, please contact a moderator prior to posting.
 

JLowery

New Member
Oct 22, 2018
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Greater Chicago Area
#2
Great information to have but it may be useful to show what a user needs to do to become a trusted/proven member of the community. I'm assuming it means making actual posts/comments that are helpful and show that the user isn't just a bot/spammer but it would be nice to have it a rough idea and know what needs to be done.
 

twicesafe

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Staff member
Sep 4, 2018
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Forensic_Notes
#3
Great point.
As you stated, to become trusted, the key is to post a couple well thought out posts that show you have knowledge in this area.
Once you have a couple posts that are approved, you will move onto the Trusted lists and be able to post without moderation.

NOTE TO SPAMMERS: Once approved, all posts are still checked. If a post is deemed to be clear SPAM, your account will be deleted along with all posts and IP banned.

If in doubt, please send private message to TwiceSafe with questions.

Thanks,
 

Lids

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Experienced Member
Oct 23, 2018
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#4
Does this restriction apply to the chat room also -- I realised I don't have permission to post
 

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