• Moderators

    3 profiles, including:
    • Avatar for Velocio
    • Avatar for Ved
    • Avatar for Ricky

    As a moderator, they can read, create, update and delete their own content, and can read, update and delete the conversations, events and comments of others.

    Inherited Group
  • CS Grupetto Members

    57 profiles, including:
    • Avatar for Ricky
    • Avatar for Will
    • Avatar for Ved
    • Avatar for dave_mac
    • Avatar for Sam

    CS Grupetto Members can read this forum.
    They can create and edit their own conversations, events and comments.
    They can close their own conversations and events.
    They cannot update items created by others.
    They cannot delete items created by others.

    Inherited Group
  • Guests

    This group includes people who are not signed in.

    Guests can read this forum.
    They cannot create and edit their own conversations, events and comments.
    They cannot update items created by others.
    They cannot delete items created by others.

    Inherited Group
  • Signed-In (Visitors)

    78 profiles, including:
    • Avatar for Christian
    • Avatar for Nick_Turnbull_BCC
    • Avatar for Gooseman
    • Avatar for AdamB
    • Avatar for tombreaks

    This group includes anyone who is signed in.

    Signed-In (Visitors) can read this forum.
    They cannot create and edit their own conversations, events and comments.
    They cannot update items created by others.
    They cannot delete items created by others.

    Inherited Group
  • Banned

    As a member of a banned group, they cannot read, create, update or delete any content in this forum.

    Inherited Group
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Membership groups

Membership groups control access and permissions within a forum.

People start with no permission to do anything, and are granted permission by being a member of a membership group.

The vast majority of people are either guests (not signed-in) or members (signed-in).

The default groups are site-wide, and all new forums have these groups. If a forum has it's own custom membership groups, then these may override the defaults and allow for private forums.