I’m pleased to announce a much requested addition to our existing group moderation toolset, which we launched recently to help group managers reduce spam and maintain a high level of quality in professional group conversations. Starting today, group managers can adjust user permissions to determine an approval process before that content is displayed. This allows group managers to weed out spam before it pollutes your groups conversation stream.
Managers now have highly granular control over the type of content requiring moderation, and they can determine the duration of a “trial period” by setting the number of days a new member has to be in the group before being able to post freely. The flexibility of this new tool will also apply to digest emails that group members have signed up to receive each week.