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Better Tool for Administrators

  1. First, congratulations for this awesom website!

    I would like to suggest a better tool for administration pourpose off followers

    For example
    If I have one follwer that doesn´t want to receive more emails or change the email, I can´t remove it from the base (some people just don´t know how to do this thrue website)

    Other sample:
    If have problems with a specific follower, I can´t ban this noising person

    So basic administration functions over followers are desirable...
    Add, Edit, Remove, List, Block, followers by post, page, group, category, ...

    The blog I need help with is tetzner.wordpress.com.

  2. I agree, this would be nice to have

  3. :) Yes, It´s hard to perform administration tasks nowaday and keep the high discussion level on our blog

  4. AGREE~

  5. WordPress

    Please, help Us :D

  6. 1. I do not want or need the ability to block anyone from my public blogs.

    2. I do not want or need the ability to change the frequency of receipt of any emailed posts from my blog to my subscribers. Currently subscribers manage their own subscriptions and set their preferred frequency of receipt of my posts and that's fine with me.

  7. 3. Any subscriber can unsubscribe.

    They can click the "unsubscribe" link on the emails of the posts received at the very bottom of the emails.

    WordPress.com members can go to > http://wordpress.com/#!/read/edit/ locate and click the "x" next to any blog there to unfollow it and no longer receive posts in the Reader or by email.

    If they do not have a WordPress.com username account then 1. applies.
    1. click the "unsubscribe" link on the emails of the posts received at the very bottom of the emails.

  8. Just a note on "Blocking" a visitor - a friend of mine, lives in Seattle, when they visit my site the IP location shows as Washington DC and each Page View is a different IP address - the engineers at WordPress.com are good, but not that good. To block this person would need for a cookie to be set on their PC and you would need to be watching your site to manually direct the cookie to be set, but how do you know when to set the cookie? and I think there would probably be some legal issues anyway.

  9. timethief

    the fact of you don´t have troubles with problematic people doesn´t means a worldwide community of users does have

    again, it would be welcome if wordpress could help us with a better administrative tool

  10. @tetzner

    the fact of you don´t have troubles with problematic people doesn´t means a worldwide community of users does have

    Agreed. There are millions of free hosted WordPress.com bloggers and I simply added my voice to this thread. I mark all spam as spam and delete all troll posts.

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