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Add a moderation rule

Warning

Purging a domain’s data removes all objects and caches associated to that domain. This impacts users who have objects from these domains in their libraries.

Add moderation rules to domains to control how they can interact with your pod. Moderation rules enable you to restrict content from a domain showing on your pod.

Required permissions
  • Moderation – provides access to the administration and moderation menus.

To add a moderation rule to a domain:

  1. Log in to your pod.

  2. Select the wrench icon () at the top of the sidebar to open the Administration menu.

  3. Select Moderation. The Reports page opens.

  4. Select Domains at the top of the page. The Domains page opens. You can see a list of known domains on this page.

  5. Select the domain you want to apply the rule to. The domain’s moderation page opens.

  6. Select Add a moderation policy. The moderation policy form appears.

  7. Enter the Reason you are applying the rule. Depending on your pod’s configuration, users may be able to see this.

  8. Choose your moderation rule:

    • Block everything – purge all content from the domain and block all content.

    • Reject media – only reject media files such as audio files, avatars, and album art.

  9. Select Create to save your rule.

  1. Log in to your pod.

  2. Select the wrench icon () at the top of the screen to open the Administration menu.

  3. Select Moderation. The Reports page opens.

  4. Select Domains at the top of the page. The Domains page opens. You can see a list of known domains on this page.

  5. Select the domain you want to apply the rule to. The domain’s moderation page opens.

  6. Select Add a moderation policy. The moderation policy form appears.

  7. Enter the Reason you are applying the rule. Depending on your pod’s configuration, users may be able to see this.

  8. Choose your moderation rule:

    • Block everything – purge all content from the domain and block all content.

    • Reject media – only reject media files such as audio files, avatars, and album art.

  9. Select Create to save your rule.

That’s all there is to it! You’ve applied your moderation rule. The rule takes effect as soon as you create it.