I believe that is over at Discourse Moderation Guide
Loving this post and linking all new members to it from my community. Thank you!
I’d suggest adding a line or two at the bottom along the lines of …
There you go, that should be enough to get you started. Have fun! As you spend time on discourse forums more power features will be revealed to you. In case you are curious, you can also check out the full Discourse New User Guide.
Very helpful as a new user!
Thanky, when i first joined this was a bruh moment, but now I am an EXPERT
This was very helpful!
Any advice/thoughts on creating a new post vs reviving an older discussion? What is the etiquette/preference? (the pop up reminding me that post is old discourages me from reviving but otherwise we get topic proliferation and useful context is lost). My question relates to conduct here on meta. and how I should encourage members on my forum.
Just make your best guess. Does your issue connect to the old thing or is it different now? If it’s the same, is your issue addressed in the topic already?
For your own forum, it’s up to you and your community to decide.
Yep. I think my bias is to repurpose existing threads unless topic is distinctly different. Stops post proliferation. Will promote this approach.
Can I redirect users from my community to tutorials in this community?
Can I translate these contents and add them in my discourse?
Source page would be specified of course.
Yes and Yes. Happy to see this being helpful.
Great, I expected no less from you guys!
I would add something about editing a post. I see it quite often that a correction to a post is added as a reply to the post, and it is not obvious that the existing post could have been edited.
Thank you, this is a handy tip!
Many Thanks I could have been a culprit
This is really helpful, thanks a lot
Thank you for the little “cheat sheet!”
Good post, thanks for information!
This is a really helpful post.
Thanks for sharing this.
So I will share a tip. At times you might be a designer or simply a mod. Someone decides up the chain to change the domain name!
This breaks the links on the site! I am sure there might be a command line option to rebake posts?
I am not sure the procedure off hand.
However there is a way we can alleviate this issue as these are internal links.
This link for example might be used as follows
https://meta.discourse.org/t/discourse-new-user-tips-and-tricks/54341?u=heliosurge [First Post Here](https://meta.discourse.org/t/discourse-new-user-tips-and-tricks/54341?u=heliosurge)
Same link with https://domain striped.
[First Post Here](/t/discourse-new-user-tips-and-tricks/54341?u=heliosurge)
Try it First Post Here
Now maybe you don’t want to be racking up badges for links simply remove in my case ?u=hekiosurge
No more credits for the link. You can also use this to credit another user by swapping your name with theres.
Now we have learned with the Share Link Shortner Theme-component we can strip a lot of extras out of it.
Now see how much shorter the link can become with topic name removed.
[First Post Here](/t/54341)
This of course only works for internal links. but can be quite handy.
Thank you. Very helpful for a new user like me