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1) By default, the email notifications goes to the administrator.

Is there a way to be able to send them to people set as Moderators?

2) Is it possible to make the newest notifications appear first in the forum notifications? (bell icon)

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Posted by: @cohjahk

By default, the email notifications goes to the administrator.

Is there a way to be able to send them to people set as Moderators?

Go to Dashboard > Forums > Settings > Emails Tab and add or replace the email address in Forum Admins email addresses Field, you can add another one with common symbol.

Posted by: @cohjahk

Is it possible to make the newest notifications appear first in the forum notifications? (bell icon)

Go to Dashboard > Forums > Settings > Styles Tab and add the below  CSS code in Custom CSS Code Field.

#wpforo .wpf-notification-content > ul {
    display: flex;
    flex-direction: column-reverse;
}

 

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@chris

Thank you for that.

A follow up question...

We want to REMOVE all moderators from receiving any emails. We just want the emails to be sent in the method mentioned above.

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@cohjahk, What method do you mean?

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@chris 

They currently get notified when there is something to moderate. I think we only need the Admin notification.

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@cohjahk,

1. In Dashboard > Forums > Usergroups you must enable Dashboard - Moderate Topics & Posts checkbox For Your Moderators and in Dashboard > Forums > Settings > Forums Accesses Tab you have to enable Can approve/unapprove content checkbox for your Moderators.

2. Your Moderators must be subscribed to the forums where they must make moderation.

With this way, your moderators will get email when there will be created a new topic and when there are topics or post which has to be moderated.

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@chris 

Thanks for the reply.

1) Yes we need this.

2) This is the one we don't want. We don't want them getting emails, just the ability to moderate. I think this is enabled by default and would like to disable it.

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@cohjahk,

You don't want that your moderator got any emails?

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@chris 

Yes, we don't want them to get any emails unless we add their email address in the Administrator emails.

 

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@cohjahk,

Your moderator must get only Bell Notification when there is a topic or post to moderate?

 

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@chris 

It's either that, or none at all. can we have an option for both?

 

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@cohjahk,

At your first post you said that you want that your moderator got email for moderation now you're saying that you don't want the to get any emails.

Can you please explain more detailed what you want, so I will know how I can help you.

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@chris 

Yes that is correct. We only want to get the Administrator notifications for the moderators by adding their emails in the admin field.

But we don't want the forum moderation emails.

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Thanks, @cohjahk, for your explanations, I'm sorry but wpForo does not have such a feature, but if really need this feature, you can contact with wpForo custom works team with sales[at]gvectors.com, they can help you.