Configuring ModerationAdded by IBM on February 11, 2013 | Version 1 (Original)
|Configure moderation so that moderators can review content for blogs, forums, and community files from a central interface.
If the moderation application is installed and enabled, you can define a person or set of people who will review and approve the content that users add to certain applications before it is published or review and act on content that has been flagged as problematic. Moderated content can be:
- Blog entries and comments. These can be in stand-alone blogs or community blogs.
- Forum posts and replies. These can be in stand-alone forums or community forums.
- Files and comments within a community.
To enable moderation, follow these steps:
Parent topic: Optional post-installation tasks
- Install the Moderation application as part of the Connections installation or migration.
- Assign users to the role of global moderator so they can moderate content from a central interface.
- Configure moderation in the contentreview-config.xml file if you want to enable moderation features such as owner moderation or assign content reviewers for flagged content.
Designating global moderators
Assign users to the role of global-moderator so they can moderate content for blogs, forums, and community files from a central interface.
Configuring J2C Aliases for the moderation proxy service
Configure J2C Aliases so that community owners can moderate their community Blogs, Forums, and Files applications.
Managing content moderation and flagged content
Edit configuration property settings in the contentreview-config.xml
file to enable moderation and to specify what moderators should receive email notification when content requires moderation. Restart your applications to see the changes.
Configuring moderation for communities
Configure moderation for communities so that owners can review and manage the blog, file, and forum content directly in the community. Owners can control what content is added by members (pre-moderation) and remove anything that might be considered inappropriate in your organization (post-moderation).