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I'm one of the moderators at a site that has just migrated off of the StackExchange platform. Since then I can't find where the Moderator tools are, there does not appear to be an obvious link like on StackExchange (or am I just being dumb)?
Is this me being dumb or do Moderators not have a dedicated Tools section under OSQA?
Answer by tootie_ma · Apr 07, 2011 at 02:19 PM
I don't have any experience with StackExchange moderator tools. But in OSQA there are:
Admins - they have those global settings available while logged in (the first user registered on site gains admin status):
Moderators - asigned by admin does their task on "per site" basis like (deleting posts, marking duplicates etc.). No fancy tools as far as I know are available.
I understand by "moderation-tools" you mean tools like on StackExchange:
recently deleted posts
posts flagged as offensive or spam
recently closed questions
see all recent edits in chronological order
new posts by new users
questions with newly created tags
new answers to old questions
recent questions with most view velocity
recent questions with most edit velocity
recent questions with most vote velocity