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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?

asked 07 Apr '11, 05:17

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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
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answered 07 Apr '11, 14:19

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