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Adding new members to Moderated communities

Nowadays when a new user is interested in joining a Community, they send a request which shows up in the notifications of the owners, when you click on this notification the next screen is the main page of the community of interest, then you have to find the "members" page and look for the name of the requestor like any other addition of members. Could we have a "simpler" method to add these new members by request with just an "accept/reject" click? if the request to join is for a sub-community the method is several clicks longer.

  • Guest
  • Feb 8 2019
  • Under Consideration
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  • Guest commented
    9 Mar, 2021 04:15pm

    Highly Appreciated.

  • Guest commented
    5 Mar, 2021 04:19pm

    I can't give you the extra view to see all people which requested to join, but you can bring the button in the mail notification back: https://stoeps.de/2021/03/05/newsletter_v2/

  • Guest commented
    15 Jul, 2020 07:44am

    I already had this problem several times. It would be very nice, if the owner of the community has a UI or page to accept/decline the user request.

  • Guest commented
    27 Mar, 2019 09:11am

    The activity stream "Action Required" on Homepage list the request with the option to "Add the member". I agree, there should be at least a section in the Member section of a moderated/listed restricted community listing all  pending member join requests.