Moderator Role
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Written by Joel Bradley
Updated over a week ago

Tags | Moderation |

Applies to: Business

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In order to allow users to help with the curation of content on Teams, we introduced a new Moderator role/privilege on Teams.

The moderator role is distinct from the Teams admin role. Moderators do not have access to Teams admin settings. A moderator on a Team is a user that’s granted a certain set of privileges, no more, no less. A moderator can:

  • Access the Content Health review queue

  • Edit articles

A user will automatically get these privileges by reaching 500 reputation points. Alternatively, a Teams admin can choose to apply an extended set of moderator privileges to any user in the User Management section of the admin settings.

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