There should be a setting to allow Trust Level 4 (Leader) to view moderation tab as we are planning to use them on our community forum
Our Trial Moderators need to transition into leadership and the best way to do that is by letting them use a more simple dashboard/Trial Mod experience
Here is a quote from our forum
Trial Moderators should be TL4 (Leader) not Moderator as Trial Mods don’t have as much experience and can learn about discourse with a more simple interface. Moderators have a Admin interface and it may be confusing to new moderators
Then one of the admins said this:
The only thing is TL4 cant access /review
This would be really helpful and if you know how to do this, please let me know
Yeah, I agree (bc i’m the one in the quote lol), but it should probably be a setting. I can see it working perfect for sites with trial moderator programs (like mine), but others dont want this, so maybe a site setting tl4 can access review?
I do like @JammyDodger idea with using cat mods but it would flood the about page. I know it can easily be hidden with CSS but lets say you want to have normal cat mods that are not trial mods you still want them to show up.
If this is implemented I think that they can only review posts that other members have flagged. This is to prevent TL4 from being able to delete posts they flagged in case they have a beef with somebody.
@Pixlz I think the topic needs the #pr-welcome tag for a community member to make a PR for the change. Correct me if Im wrong.
You can make a pr about anything you want, it’s just tthe #pr-welcome tag means that staff says that it’s something they would like to egt to, but people can make it because it’s not that high priority.
If a topic on this was never made, somebody could have probably made a PR on it and nobody would have questioned it and it could have been merged
I would challenge the above, but only in the sense that everything which makes it’s way into core is a conscious decision. The team has a direction for the product and are actively working every day to deliver on that. #pr-welcome means that while a change may be desirable, it’s not something they can currently direct effort toward internally. In that sense anything else is already either slotted into the schedule, or not suitable for core.
That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t suggest new features and capabilities, but always be prepared to be told that something you believe to be desirable doesn’t align with the goals for the default version of Discourse as seen in the standard install.
This is true for most open source software. Even the best written PR can be rejected for a multitude of reasons.