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Old 11 Mar 2017, 03:08
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How to force new register user to post in specific forum first

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What is the way to force new register member to post in specific (like introduction memebr forum) first then they allowed to post somewhere else in other forums


Also is there any way that during registeration auto thread post in one forum according to details mentioned during registration

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Old 11 Mar 2017, 03:22
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You could use "Promotions" (under the "Usergroups" menu group) for that purpose. The strategy would be to have new registrants added to a group whose forum permissions only allow them to post in one particular forum, then once they make that first post, they are automatically promoted to another group (via your defined promotion) that has permission to post elsewhere as well.

As far as I know, you would have to custom code the auto-thread feature on registration.
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Old 11 Mar 2017, 03:57
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Thanks but how user will know in which forum he need to post his first post..

specially in particular forum
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Thanks but how user will know in which forum he need to post his first post..

specially in particular forum
If you make the forum in which you want the new user to post the only one visible, then...
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Old 11 Mar 2017, 04:21
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Originally Posted by vimarc View Post
Hi

What is the way to force new register member to post in specific (like introduction memebr forum) first then they allowed to post somewhere else in other forums


Also is there any way that during registeration auto thread post in one forum according to details mentioned during registration

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Install a Mod that allow a member to create a new thread when they have 5 ot x posts

On new member introduction forum you can open for posting without requesting x posts

You can create any notifications to make them know about this or if you use a default forum style, they can know which forum is opening or closing for posting.

For me, I open forums on my forum for posting without forcing my members post into a forum that I wanted, a forum is a community and it should be public and feel free to post if they want.
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Originally Posted by MarkFL View Post
If you make the forum in which you want the new user to post the only one visible, then...
Hi Mark

Thanks for prompt reply

but question is still remail same.. how user will know where he need to post.. how to give them a custom message or something else that he will know in this forum he need to post first topic then he is eligible to post another forum
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Old 11 Mar 2017, 04:25
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You could set up a notice in the "Notices Manager" that shows up only to users who have not posted yet.
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Old 11 Mar 2017, 04:27
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Also help me to how to hide links from guest visitors
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Old 11 Mar 2017, 04:30
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Originally Posted by vimarc View Post
Also help me to how to hide links from guest visitors
This product can be used for that purpose:

Hide BBCodes/Signatures From Guests/Users
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Old 11 Mar 2017, 04:34
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Originally Posted by MarkFL View Post
This product can be used for that purpose:

Hide BBCodes/Signatures From Guests/Users
Hi thanks i am already using this now

but reply to my previous question
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Old 11 Mar 2017, 04:39
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To which question did I not reply?
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You could set up a notice in the "Notices Manager" that shows up only to users who have not posted yet.
i tried but not working

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i tried but not working

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How did you set up the notice?
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Old 11 Mar 2017, 04:55
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How did you set up the notice?
tick on user has never posted
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tick on user has never posted
Did you set it as active, and define the message HTML, etc.? Then did you test it with an account having zero posts?
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