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What Permissions Do Space Hosts and Space Moderators Have?
What Permissions Do Space Hosts and Space Moderators Have?
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There are a few different roles that members can play inside of each Space.

For each of these options, an unlimited number of people can be designated in each role.

Here's a breakdown of what the different roles mean:

  • A Space Host controls everything about the Space, but these permissions do not extend beyond the Space.

  • A Space moderator has a slightly more limited role than a Space Host.

Available Actions

Space Host

Space Moderator

Setup

Manage Basics Settings: Space name, tagline, description

Yes

No

Duplicate the Space

Yes

No

Delete the Space

Yes

No

Manage Privacy & Access

Yes

No

Member Welcome Checklist

Yes

Yes

Space Branding

Change Space color, imagery, and role naming

Yes

Yes

Space Features

Enable and disable all Space features: Chat, Feed, Members, Events, Single Event, Discovery, Table of Contents, Page, Highlighted Hashtag List

Yes

No

Yes

*Network needs to have a Big Purpose and Description*

No

Reorder Space Features

Yes

No

Edit all Table of Contents: Overview, Sections, Lessons, and Quizzes

Yes

Yes

Edit Page feature content

Yes

No

Schedule Posts

Yes

Yes

Edit Events (For Events that use our Zoom integration, you must be the Event Creator in order to edit Event Settings, see here for more details).

Yes

No

Content Highlights

Manage Welcome Section

Yes

Yes

Manage Featured Section

Yes

Yes

Manage Highlighted Hashtags

Yes

Yes

Members

See Member List

Yes

Yes

See Space member emails

Yes

No

Download Space member list

No

No

Welcome New Members

Yes

Yes

Message all members

Yes

Yes

Moderation

Remove a Space member

Yes

Yes

Remove Space moderator

Yes

No

Remove Space Host

Yes

No

Change others' role

Yes

No

Change their own role

Yes

No

Review reported content

Yes

Yes

Receive notifications when content is flagged

Yes

No

Edit and delete posts from Space Host

Yes

No

Edit and delete posts from Space moderators

Yes

Yes

Edit and delete posts from Space members

Yes

Yes

Edit comments

Yes

Yes

Edit replies

Yes

Yes

Move posts

Yes

No

Notify all when posting

Yes

Yes

Delete Chat messages

Yes

Yes

Delete livestream chats

Yes

Yes

Invites and Approvals

Send Space Invites

Yes

Yes

Import contacts (if inviting is set to "all members can invite")

Yes

Yes

Invite as a Space Host

Yes

No

Invite as a Space moderator

Yes

No

Invite as a Space member

Yes

Yes

See email addresses for others' invites

Yes

No

Resend others' invites

Yes

No

Send others' invite reminders

Yes

Yes

See list of requests to join private Spaces

Yes

Yes

Approve, ignore, or deny requests to join private Spaces

Yes

Yes

To make someone a Space Host or moderator, navigate to Space Members, search for their name, then select More > Change Role > Space Host.

If you don’t have the Members Feature enabled in a Space, navigate to the gear icon > Space Members > Member List and select the three dot menu.

Table of Contents Owner

In a Space with a Table of Contents, you can pick Owners for each Lesson, which allows them to edit individual Lessons.

To make someone an Owner, they first need to be a Space moderator or Space Host. You can assign an Owner to a Lesson by going to the Lesson, selecting the drop-down arrow, and choosing "Choose an Owner" or "Invite New Owner".

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Once they own at least one Lesson, they will appear as an Owner on the Overview. They can add content to the Lesson, make it visible, and toggle comments on or off.

Only the Space Owner will be notified of member comments on the Lesson.

Section Owners appear as Owners for the Lessons within that Section. If all Lessons in a Section have the same Owner, the Section will have one Instructor. If Lessons have different Owners, all will be listed as Section Owners.

You can also personalize these role names in Spaces and your Network.

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