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jenniferlauragilmour
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March 10, 2018 10:07 pm  
  1. By posting or responding in any of the Forums on this website you will automatically be committing to these rules. 
  2. Due to the sensitive nature of Domestic Abuse please respect each of the members in the Forums. All opinions are of your own and by joining in we express our opinions and thoughts, it may mean others don't agree but we know this is ok and to be respectful in any response. 
  3. Please place ***TRIGGER WARNING*** text if you believe the content of your post or response could potentially upset another member. 
  4. Do not share any addresses or contact information in a post or response. 
  5. No advertising in the Forums. 
  6. No distasteful images or language. 
  7. Any problems will be reported to admin member JenniferLauraGilmour.

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Nannyf
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March 19, 2018 11:50 am  

Happy to abide by the rules. 


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jenniferlauragilmour
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March 19, 2018 12:19 pm  

Thank you for confirming. All posts are moderated as well. I will add this into the description. Jennifer

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Bernadette
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March 19, 2018 1:33 pm  

Hi

I'm also happy to abide by the rules. When you say all posts are moderated, does that mean all new posts and all replies are checked before they are posted on to the forum?

Thanks,

Bernadette 


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jenniferlauragilmour
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March 19, 2018 2:17 pm  

At the moment, yes, all responses are monitored. I am looking at finding a quick solution for this or perhaps it will require more admin in the future. 

I hope this helps. 

Jennifer 

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Zoe OneSmallVoice4
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March 20, 2018 7:12 pm  

Hi All,

I am also happy to abide by the rules. 

Gosh, you will have your work cut out reading all responses. Would a 'report' function help reduce this a little?

Glad to be here.

Zoe


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jenniferlauragilmour
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March 20, 2018 8:46 pm  
Posted by: Zoe

Hi All,

I am also happy to abide by the rules. 

Gosh, you will have your work cut out reading all responses. Would a 'report' function help reduce this a little?

Glad to be here.

Zoe

Hi there is a report function available, would this be enough to settle minds? This is all for you to help me make decisions. At the moment I can only moderate on my laptop, I am hoping to find out if there is an app available for me to do this out and about. 

Thank you again.

Jennifer 

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Zoe OneSmallVoice4
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March 20, 2018 9:57 pm  

As it is a closed forum, I would have thought the report function would be enough, and I do wonder how difficult it might be for you to keep up with the potential volume of posts, which once up and running could require a full team in order to fully read and check for potential issues.

However, having said that, I have not had an experience of someone being horrid (trolling) online, so it is an alien concept to me. I guess the concern is, once someone has been vile online and upset/distressed someone, that damage is done, not only to the person/people on the receiving end, but to everyone that see's it as well as damaging the reputation and trust of the forum as being a safe space to be able to share experiences and feelings and to get support.

Sorry, I think I have only assisted in muddying the waters on this point.

Zoe


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jenniferlauragilmour
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March 21, 2018 9:53 am  
Posted by: Zoe

As it is a closed forum, I would have thought the report function would be enough, and I do wonder how difficult it might be for you to keep up with the potential volume of posts, which once up and running could require a full team in order to fully read and check for potential issues.

However, having said that, I have not had an experience of someone being horrid (trolling) online, so it is an alien concept to me. I guess the concern is, once someone has been vile online and upset/distressed someone, that damage is done, not only to the person/people on the receiving end, but to everyone that see's it as well as damaging the reputation and trust of the forum as being a safe space to be able to share experiences and feelings and to get support.

Sorry, I think I have only assisted in muddying the waters on this point.

Zoe

I think I have come up with the solution... Those who are registered the comments go up automatically but guests have to be moderated. This is exactly why I wanted to gather opinions. Could everyone also look at this: https://jennifergilmour.com/AbuseTalkForum/question-and-answer/beta-testers/#post-18  

Thank you

Jennifer

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Advocate for women in abusive relationships
Author of Isolation Junction & Clipped Wings

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jenniferlauragilmour
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March 21, 2018 9:53 am  
Posted by: Zoe

As it is a closed forum, I would have thought the report function would be enough, and I do wonder how difficult it might be for you to keep up with the potential volume of posts, which once up and running could require a full team in order to fully read and check for potential issues.

However, having said that, I have not had an experience of someone being horrid (trolling) online, so it is an alien concept to me. I guess the concern is, once someone has been vile online and upset/distressed someone, that damage is done, not only to the person/people on the receiving end, but to everyone that see's it as well as damaging the reputation and trust of the forum as being a safe space to be able to share experiences and feelings and to get support.

Sorry, I think I have only assisted in muddying the waters on this point.

Zoe

I think I have come up with the solution... Those who are registered the comments go up automatically but guests have to be moderated. This is exactly why I wanted to gather opinions. Could everyone also look at this: https://jennifergilmour.com/AbuseTalkForum/question-and-answer/beta-testers/#post-18  

Thank you

Jennifer

Jennifer Gilmour
Advocate for women in abusive relationships
Author of Isolation Junction & Clipped Wings

Contact me regarding sponsorship of this Forum


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