You can enable moderation in the root container and all groups for the content that the users upload.
This article provides the procedure for setting up global content moderation.
When you enable moderation in the root container, you are enabling moderation there and in all social groups (because they are contained by the system space and inherit its moderation settings).
Moderation requests submitted in the system container or any group are sent to global moderators.
With moderation configured, the selected users or all users of the selected user group are able to view and moderate the specified content types for social groups.
To set up moderation in the root container and all groups:
- Navigate to Admin Console > Spaces > Settings > Moderation Settings.
- Click Change space and select the top-level root container space.
By default, the root space is named community.
- Select the checkboxes for the content types you want to moderate and clear the checkbox for content that does not require moderation.
The moderators will review the selected content types.
- Click Save changes.
- Go to Permissions > Space Permissions, and select the root space.
- Click Create a user override, select the users you want to be moderators, and then click Set exception.
- In the Set Exception dialog box, select User can manage space and then select Moderate.
You can also set a whole group as the moderators by clicking Add group, selecting the group, setting the permission level to Moderate, and then Add Group.
- Click Save Settings to apply the changes.