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How to graduate from "Trial Member"?

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Jack18
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How to graduate from "Trial Member"?

Post by Jack18 » February 24th, 2018, 1:35 pm

Currently, my posts are moderated (and delayed) as a result of being a new member. How do I get to have my posts go unmoderated, thus removing the nearly 24 hour time period that they appear once I've submitted them? It makes discussions rather inefficient I'm finding.

Is it a number of posts I have to reach? If so, how many?

Is it time? If so, how long?

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Greta
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Re: How to graduate from "Trial Member"?

Post by Greta » February 24th, 2018, 4:03 pm

We have all been there so you need not explain :)

From memory, it's 20 posts as set in the forum's algorithms, but I'm only an admin, not the owner.

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Re: How to graduate from "Trial Member"?

Post by Halc » April 9th, 2018, 8:52 pm

Apparently 20 is not yet enough

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Re: How to graduate from "Trial Member"?

Post by Halc » April 9th, 2018, 8:53 pm

But it is. I was still listed as a trial member after 20 posts, but that 21st went up without any delay.

I was hoping some sort of edit button would appear after I was no longer a trial member. No such luck.

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