All groups of user rights mentioned on this document are the ones defines on MediaWiki.org.
However, configuration varies by wiki, so consult Special:ListGroupRights on the wiki you're interested in.
Posts and topics can be moderated in three different ways: hide, delete and suppress.
Some users can also edit or rename a Topic or a board, or mark a topic as resolved.
The following sections mention "posts", but everything also applies to topics.
It is not possible to carry out these actions when a topic has been "Marked as resolved". You have to reopen it first.
You can edit your own posts. Autoconfirmed users can edit Structured Discussions posts by other users.
By default, any user can hide a post; it uses the
A hidden post is replaced by a warning message. You can read the hidden post by clicking on the history link on the warning message. You will then access to the history page, where the message is struck through.
Anyone can unhide a post on the history page. If a post is unhidden, it becomes visible by anyone.
By default, any logged in user can mark a topic as resolved, or reopen it (making it no longer resolved).
By default, users in the sysop group can delete posts.
When it is done, the post is deleted. Sysops can restore the post on the History page.
Hidden topics that haven't been replied can be successfully deleted using
When it is done, the post is oversighted. Oversighters can restore the post on the History page.
Renaming a topic will only change the topic title. It will not move the page from the board.
A user can rename a board if they have the right to create a Structured Discussions board at the destination name.
For example, if the destination is a Structured Discussions namespace, any user can move the board to there.
If a user has the "在任意位置创建结构式讨论版块" (
flow-create-board) right, they can create a page working on Structured Discussions in any location; that means they can move a Structured Discussions board to any location.
Deleting a board requires the same privileges as deleting any page. When you delete a board, all topics linked to this board are inaccessible to all users, except sysops (like any deleted page). When you restore a board, all topics are visible again.
Like all pages on a wiki, it is possible to semi-protect or protect a Structured Discussions board. Blocks are also handled normally. If you block a user without selecting the "编辑自己的讨论页" option, that user will still be able to create new topics on their personal talk page.
Structured Discussions board can be moved in the same way as any other page, by visiting Special:MovePage.
You can also use Special:ChangeContentModel to forcibly create a wikitext page in a Structured Discussions-default namespace, and then redirect it.
You can add categories:
Categories will work like on any other page. They will be displayed at the bottom of the Description sidebar.