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    what on earth is group membership?


    for now i saw so many profiles of different people....but i newer saw other than
    is not a member of any public groups
    what are these public groups?
    where can i find that?on this forums?
    how to become member???

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    I don't think we use that function here, It's just a part of vBulletin. I'm not a member of any...

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    well i there is no function like that here.....why do we have "group memberships" in our profiles?

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    Maybe someone else can answer better than me, but I think it is a feature of the forum software that we just don't implement here.

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    It would be good if it was implimented. Mabey if you upgrade the forums you would include that feature?

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    Here's a previous thread about this:

    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/com...mberships.html

    So far as I know, Core Wizard has no plans to setup any custom groups.
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    Im going to assume core wizard owns this forum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim_Wright
    Im going to assume core wizard owns this forum?

    Tim
    Yes, that's correct.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigtomrodney
    Maybe someone else can answer better than me, but I think it is a feature of the forum software that we just don't implement here.
    Still , out of curiosity , how do they work and what purpose do they serve ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santa's little helper
    Still , out of curiosity , how do they work and what purpose do they serve ?
    Here's the vBulletin link from the manual explaining usergroups. You can dig down to get additional information about custom usergroups:

    http://www.vbulletin.com/docs/html/usergroups
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