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Every member of a forum belongs to a membergroup. A membergroup consists of members that you pick the members to be a part of and you choose the permissions allowed to the membergroup.
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Every [[member]] of a forum belongs to at least one membergroup. [[Administrator]]s and membergroup managers can assign members to groups. There are [[Post-Count based membergroup]]s, based on the number of posts a member has made, '''Non-post count based membergroups'''. {{For more information|about=working with membergroups|membergroups}}
 
 
There are two types of membergroups:
 
*'''[[Post-Count based membergroup]]''' - Where the member's post count determines the membergroup into which the member is placed.
 
*'''Non-post count based membergroup''' - Where the members group determines the permissions and boards visible.
 
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There are 5 types of membergroups:
 
*'''Private''' - Membership must be assigned by a member with the appropriate [[Permissions#Member_administration|permission]]
 
*'''Protected''' - Only [[administrator]]s can manage and assign
 
*'''Requestable''' - Member may request membership
 
*'''Free''' - Member may leave and join group at will
 
*'''Post Based''' - Member will automatically join this group after making a specified number of posts.
 
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{{For more information|about=working with membergroups|membergroups}}
 
 
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Revision as of 17:23, 17 January 2014

Every member of a forum belongs to at least one membergroup. Administrators and membergroup managers can assign members to groups. There are Post-Count based membergroups, based on the number of posts a member has made, Non-post count based membergroups. For more information about working with membergroups, see membergroups