Difference between revisions of "Membergroup (term)" From Online Manual

Jump to: navigation, search
(1) updated to reflect SMF 1.1.x/SMF 2.0 split 2) redundant information removed (found in members) 3) glossary definition explains what membergroups are for.)
Line 1: Line 1:
A membergroup is a group of [[member]]s. Every member of a forum belongs to at least one membergroup. Forum [[permissions]] are given to [[membergroups]]. This means that the membergroups you belong to determine most of what you can see and do on the forum.  {{For more information ns|about=types of membergroups and how members join and leave them|namespace={{Latest docs}}|membergroups}}.<noinclude>
+
A membergroup is a group of [[member]]s. Every member of a forum belongs to at least one membergroup. Forum [[permissions]] are given to [[membergroups]]. This means that the membergroups you belong to determine most of what you can see and do on the forum.<noinclude> {{For more information ns|about=types of membergroups and how members join and leave them|namespace={{Latest docs}}|membergroups}}.
 
[[Category:SMF terminology]]
 
[[Category:SMF terminology]]
 
</noinclude>
 
</noinclude>

Revision as of 16:18, 29 April 2014

A membergroup is a group of members. Every member of a forum belongs to at least one membergroup. Forum permissions are given to membergroups. This means that the membergroups you belong to determine most of what you can see and do on the forum. For more information about types of membergroups and how members join and leave them, see membergroups.