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[request] three report options.

I was thinking of three levels of reporting that I'd like to see:

  1. Report, in general, which will be shown to tribe chief, moderators, and I guess the admins can look into those reports as well.
  2. Report only to tribe chief: this can be useful if a user wants to report something that they either think is too sensitive to share with multiple mods, in some cases, or if one of the mods is misbehaving in a tribe or something I guess.
  3. Report to admins: useful for reporting chief/mod misbehaviour, or if there's something illegal or whatever, that requires immediate higher-up attention. Also useful I suppose for mods/chiefs to be able to report things.
1 year ago by ohtwenty with 1 comments

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  • ohtwenty (edited 1 year ago)

    (I realised I wanted to report something in /t/pics that included text overlaid, that may or may not be at the top of /t/pics atm); In this case the first, most basic level of reporting might suffice since it's just a local rule breakage.