locked Re: Various Questions
I have seen reference to "aged out". I am trying to understand if thereThere was some confusion on this, but there apparently is not a limit. My test group has an email address which has been in the Pending Approval list since Jan 22nd.
Is it possible to suppress the rejected message from being sent out? IfIf it is blank no message is sent.
Can the creation of polls feature be turned off or at least restrictedNo.
The forgotten email link is worded in a somewhat confusing manner. TheThe email sent to you contains a link that logs you into the site, and opens the profile edit page where you can set a new password. You remain logged into the site after you save your new password and may either log out or continue using the site.
I did see some comments suggesting that passwords were… I think passeWith Groups.io you have the four options. You can set and use a password, together with your email address, to log in. Or you can ask to have a log in email sent to you - that message will contain a link that brings you to Groups.io and logs you in. Or you can log in using your Facebook account, or you can use your Gmail account.
The log in by email method is similar to using "Forgot Password" to log in, but it takes you to your home page instead of your profile, and doesn't require that you ever set a password.
Your login remains active for thirty days, unless you log out or delete your browser cookies earlier than that.
I have selected the option to strip attachments as I don't want anyThat's a reasonable suggestion. The only downside I can see is that if the group's policy is later changed, the members won't have had the opportunity to set a reasonable limit in advance.
When a new member receives the "confirm your account" email, I thinkI disagree. The advantage of the email response is that it is a simple reply and you're done. You don't have to visit the web site or do anything else.
Too, there are circumstances, especially on devices where you have limited or metered internet access, where you may want to start your subscription without having to open a browser and use the web pages.
Now I've been around the process myself when creating an ordinary memberMost of those messages were confusion about the prior pages and wording. I'm curious at what point you found yourself confused with the current pages.
As I mentioned above, you can log in with your email address and a password if you want to.