Adds links/buttons to flag inappropriate content and gives a convenient way to moderators to view reports and take actions.
Site admins can already edit or delete every content in a BP community, but analyzing every content posted could be a crazy/impossible work in big communities. This plugin use crowdsourcing to help site admins finding contents to moderate.
It adds links/buttons to flag inappropriate user generated content in the site, so members can easily flag contents as inappropriate. Admins can then see all the reported contents in an organized table in the wp backend, order/filter them and take actions (ignore, delete, mark/unmark the content author as spammer, ...).
Another table show members, how many posts from them have been reported/moderated, how many posts have they reported and moderated from admin. Here find bad/good members and take action on them.
Note on private messages: * private message sender: reporting this will flag the sender, not the thread, but the admin is not able to see the messages, effective against bulk spammer * private message: in this case a sender is reported in a specific thread, the admin can see the messages, more useful for moderation (eg k-12 communities) the latter is a bit hackish and could be less solid on future bp upgrades, the first one is based on apis that should be more stable
Use support forum on wordpress.org for support and discussion.
The default style uses one icon from http://www.famfamfam.com/lab/icons/silk/ (cc-by-2.5) and one from http://damieng.com/creative/icons/silk-companion-1-icons (cc-by-3.0), so if you use default style give credit to them somewhere in your site.
Requires: WP 3.5, BP 1.7, PHP 5.3 or higher
Compatible up to: WP 3.5.3, BP 1.8.0
Last Updated: 2013-7-23
0 of 3 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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