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Announcing Pre-Display Moderation Options for LinkedIn Groups
We are pleased to introduce the newest additions to the ever-expanding quality-control toolkit for LinkedIn Groups: powerful, flexible tools for screening content before it displays in the group.
The most important of these new tools:
1. The default permission-levels for the group, which can be adjusted in Manage > Group Settings under the Permissions and Restrictions area. This is where you can decide what types of content need screening and what default restrictions you want. For example, many group managers have told us that the ability to screen content from new members of the group is their most important need – now that option is available, as well as the option to customize what „new“ means for your own group.
2. The Submissions Queue, which is where submitted content awaits review by managers and moderators before display in – or deletion from – the group. From the Submissions Queue you can approve or delete content and also change the permission-level of anyone who has authored content in the queue. This is a great way to screen out spammers further upstream than ever before – as well as to discover and validate valuable new contributors. This Submissions Queue is located at Manage > Submissions Queue, and when there is new content awaiting you in the queue, you will see an alert about it on your My Groups page and atop the Manage section of the group digest email.
You can also adjust the permission-level of any active member from her Activity page for the group or from Manage > Participants > Members. The popular „remove, block, and delete all content from“ option has now been joined by additional permission-level options.
These powerful, flexible features are the direct result of the many detailed conversations we’ve had with the members of this forum and other users on LinkedIn – thank you, as ever, for your continued collaboration and critique as we work together to make LinkedIn Groups ever more valuable for millions of professionals worldwide.
Im Blog von Stephan Koß gibt es noch ein paar verdeutlichende Screenshot zum Thema: