amorgan
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2015-05-28T17:19:41Z
We have a large community that has been building for 5+ years. We'd like to change the content of the Rules form upon initial registration. This is the form I'm speaking of: http://www.yetanotherforum.net/forum/rules 

Is there a way to re-consent our current registered users to our new rules? In other words, the next time the user logs in they will be prompted with the new Rules form in which they have to consent?

Thanks for any help on this.
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Zero2Cool
2015-05-29T23:38:01Z
Originally Posted by: amorgan 

We have a large community that has been building for 5+ years. We'd like to change the content of the Rules form upon initial registration. This is the form I'm speaking of: http://www.yetanotherforum.net/forum/rules 

Is there a way to re-consent our current registered users to our new rules? In other words, the next time the user logs in they will be prompted with the new Rules form in which they have to consent?

Thanks for any help on this.



Yes, it can be changed.

Administration » Settings » Languages » Edit your language file » Select a page: Rules » Load Page Localization
tha_watcha
2015-05-30T13:23:02Z
Originally Posted by: amorgan 

Is there a way to re-consent our current registered users to our new rules? In other words, the next time the user logs in they will be prompted with the new Rules form in which they have to consent?



This would require modify the source code. The only thing you could do without modification would be to send a group email to all users letting them know that there are new rules in place.


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