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Hairyloon

Split from previous topic - Hairyloon T&C question

Hi.

My apologies if this post is in the wrong place, but it does not seem to me inappropriate, and you can always move it if you want.

Is it possible to add to the Terms and Conditions which new members have to agree to when they join the forum?
myff admin

This question would be more appropriate to a support forum for your forum type. A type we don't even know as you have not followed the posting check list which is prominently display when you post.
Please post in the appropriate section and follow the posting check list.
Hairyloon

myff admin wrote:
This question would be more appropriate to a support forum for your forum type.

The question is entirely relevant whatever forum type...
Unless you have a type that does not require users to agree to the T&C, which I very much doubt.
myff admin

The answer depends on forum type.
Hairyloon

myff admin wrote:
The answer depends on forum type.

Oh it is nice to find a customer support that is so friendly and pro-active.

So what type of forum do I need in order to have adjustable T&C?
Bravo

myff admin wrote:
Please post in the appropriate section and follow the posting check list.


The posting checklist is designed to help us help you.  You appear to be determined to resist following it for no other reason apparently than to be rebellious?

The posting checklist is:

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You must give the (myfree/myfast/myfine)forum.org link/address of your forum. A link should be given to the problem if at all possible. Do this whether you think it is important or not. DO NO GIVE YOUR OWN DOMAIN LINK IT MUST BE THE NAME YOU CREATED HERE.
Search on the forum and on howtodoit for your problem before posting. 90% of the posts we get have easily found answers if you search on a couple of key words from your post. If this is not the case report the keywords you searched on and we will make sure search works for the next person to try the same search terms. Each time someone doesn't bother to use the search, questions accumulate in the forum making it harder for people to actually find answers! as people searching will end up finding the question and not the answer.
Keep it to one support question per thread, if you have another question start a new topic. This will help others using "search" to find answers.
Hairyloon

Bravo wrote:
myff admin wrote:
Please post in the appropriate section and follow the posting check list.


The posting checklist is designed to help us help you.  

So which bit have I missed?
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You appear to be determined to resist following it for no other reason apparently than to be rebellious?

Partly to test the customer service to see if you are a company I want to do business with.

You seem to be avoiding the question just to belligerent.  Obviously, considering the number of new posts on this forum, you are all incredibly overworked, but your staffing problems should not really be my problem should they?
Nick(NR)

Final note, is that you can employ your own T&C's as you are the one running the forum, but in saying that you must comply with the T&C's that are set out by myfreeforum, voiding the T&C's laid out by myfreeforum which you can see when going to create a free forum and clicking the blue terms and conditions link may see the forum suspend as a result of voiding myfreeforums T&C's.

As long as your forum stays within the lines, good luck with the forum should you choose to go forward with it.
myff admin

myff admin wrote:
This question would be more appropriate to a support forum for your forum type. A type we don't even know as you have not followed the posting check list which is prominently display when you post.
Please post in the appropriate section and follow the posting check list.


says it all really as does:

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Keep it to one support question per thread, if you have another question start a new topic. This will help others using "search" to find answers.


Support is about helping us to help you and posting in a way that will help others.
Hairyloon

myff admin wrote:
myff admin wrote:
This question would be more appropriate to a support forum for your forum type.


says it all really...

Hence the apology about the post maybe being in the wrong place.  Never mind, no harm done.

But now I have a question about your T&C: do they allow you (the My FF admin) to access private areas of forums that you are hosting?
myff admin

Keep it to one support question per thread, if you have another question start a new topic. This will help others using "search" to find answers.
Hairyloon

myff admin wrote:
Keep it to one support question per thread, if you have another question start a new topic. This will help others using "search" to find answers.

Excuse me, but the sub-title for this thread says: "For questions about our terms and conditions...", and the question is about your Terms and Conditions.  
I do not believe it is a support question.
Nick(NR)

Hairyloon wrote:
myff admin wrote:
Keep it to one support question per thread, if you have another question start a new topic. This will help others using "search" to find answers.

Excuse me, but the sub-title for this thread says: "For questions about our terms and conditions...", and the question is about your Terms and Conditions.  
I do not believe it is a support question.


It's for the forum category, not the thread, please stop picking holes and just go make the topic like asked, it's not hard, it takes little time and doesn't make you seem like your just here to pick holes and push buttons.

This topic was only left open for forum admins to raise possible changes and amendments to the terms and conditions, not to ask multiple questions regarding myfreeforums policy on extremely vague questions.
Bravo

Nick(NR) wrote:
This topic was only left open for forum admins to raise possible changes and amendments to the terms and conditions, not to ask multiple questions regarding myfreeforums policy on extremely vague questions.


Good point.  I have split the thread as people wanting to read about T&C issues will be greatly confused from the cluttered thread.
Hairyloon

Nick(NR) wrote:
It's for the forum category, not the thread...

Honest mistake.  Sorry.
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This topic was only left open for forum admins to raise possible changes and amendments to the terms and conditions, not to ask multiple questions regarding myfreeforums policy on extremely vague questions.

If it is for the admins, then surely they can add to it even if the thread is closed?
And it is not multiple vague questions, having now sorted out the initial question, it is one extremely precise one... which for reasons that seem simply belligerent, you are declining to answer.


Bravo wrote:
Good point.  I have split the thread as people wanting to read about T&C issues will be greatly confused from the cluttered thread.

I've got no problem with you splitting the thread, but there is no need to call me a perv'.

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