What is selective screening?

Selective screening allows you to make sure that all future comments left by a particular user in your journal, or a community under your control, are screened.

You may un-screen specific comments. If you allow anonymous comments to appear unscreened, this setting will not screen an anonymous comment left by this user while logged in.

This setting can be controlled from the Admin Console.


screen_set <username>
will add the user to the list of users whose comments will be automatically screened.


screen_unset <username>
will remove the user from the list of users whose comments will be automatically screened.


screen_list
will list the users whose comments will be automatically screened.



For communities, use the commands:

screen_set <username> from <community>
screen_unset <username> from <community>
screen_list from <community>

This setting will not screen any comments left by this user before they were added to the selective screening list. You can also can ban that user, and remove them from your access list (if they're on it).

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October 2nd, 2016 (karzilla)


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