I do realize that the whole moderation thing is a knee-jerk reflex due to an ineffective anti-spamming framework.
HOWEVER, there must be a way to set it so that:
a) users who have had an account for more than a year aren't subjected to having their posts moderated; and
b) using an '@'mention doesn't count as a link; same for links that point to forums.adobe.com. You have to moderate a message that points back to your own domain???
This is a function of the Jive software, and from what I have read, Adobe has NO direct control over what the Jive software does
Understood, which is why I've been advocating Adobe kicking Jive to the curb and using something like Discourse. Heck, even Disqus is better than Jive could ever dream of being, and I really dislike Disqus.
Adobe _could_ contact the team responsible for Jive and request features. But, that will probably never happen.
Hi Wolfshade, I'll add you to our group that gets exempt from Moderation to help alleviate this for you!
I just find the whole "moderate every post that contains a link" to be an over-reaction to an ineffective anti-spam system. I don't know about Disqus, but I do know that Discourse does have some fairly decent anti-spam features that should be reviewed and considered. The Jive forums are not very intuitive, prone to glitches, and (just like Facebook) the designers cannot stop "updating" the look/feel, producing even more glitches.
Sorry.. I'm off the soapbox.. I did not intend for this to be another anti-Jive rant, so I'll stop, there.
hey I don't mind getting special treatment, how can I join this group?