An example of a Global Discussions moderator on their
userpage. Global Discussions moderators are a group of users with permissions related to the Discussions feature.
The group's mission statements are:
Help out on active Discussions areas where the admins and community of editors have not yet become involved or are feeling overwhelmed.
Surface good moderator candidates to wiki admins, and offer help in transitioning Discussions to local oversight.
Foster healthy community growth through moderation, interaction, community management and post creation.
Educate Discussions users about the nature of the wiki community and collaborative editing.
There is no specific mandate for cleanup of
spam and vandalism, which is the purview of the Spam Obliteration and Prevention. The focus of the Global Discussions moderators is on community management, community building and social concerns within the Discussions feature specifically.
For more details see the Global Discussions Moderator operation guidelines.
has been on Fandom since 2012 and is a Global Discussions Moderator, a member of the Community Council and is an administrator at
. He enjoys spending time with his fiancé, his dog, gaming, watching TV and spending time with friends and family.
joined Fandom on October 15th, 2013. She is mostly active as an admin of the
How to Train Your Dragon
. She is a Councilor and one of the first few selected to join Global Discussions Moderator at it's official launch on August 23, 2017. You can mostly find her on
's chatroom or on Discord.
is a french LEGO Fan who joined Fandom in 2014 first on
before editing on various wikis all across Fandom. He is an admin of
and of various wikis across Fandom. He loves fighting Vandalism and Spam all across Fandom through
channels, enjoys LEGO, Ducks and PI migration and is a walrus-parrot.
joined Fandom in the beginning of 2015. He began editing in the
German Clash of Clans Wiki
where he became an admin later. Also he's working on other (mostly German) wikis. You can find him in the Clash of Clans Wiki.
joined Wikia — sorry Fandom — back in 2011. He began editing many communities, including what is now his home wiki,
The Vampire Diaries Wiki
. Globally, he is a member of Fandom's
Global Discussion moderation
joined the Fandom in October, 2017. He is a huge fan of Harry Potter/Fantastic Beast and the Kingkiller Chronicles Series. He can be usually found moderating wikis like maze runner, clash of clans, etc. and sneaking around user talk pages.
has been editing on Fandom since 2017 and joined the Global Discussions moderator team in 2019. He is an administrator on several wikis, such as The Demon’s Light Wiki and Encyclopedia SpongeBobia. If you need his help, you can contact him using his message wall or via Discord.
has been on Fandom since June of 2018. He helps moderate at the Harry Potter, Parks and Rec, and Pottermore wikis. You can usually find him poking fun at Brandon on Discord, cleaning up spam, or chatting with users.
has been lurking around Fandom since June of 2015, and created an account in September of 2019. She is an Administrator on the
Dragon Ball Wiki
and became a Global Discussion Moderator in May 2020. She enjoys helping people, watching Anime, participating in Role Plays, writing Fan-Fics and playing way too many Video Games. Always happy to help anyone who may need it.
The global Discussions moderator badge
Members of this group will have, globally:
The same rights in Discussions that wiki admins have, such as the option to edit and delete posts, handle reported content and manage categories.
The block permission (to set a block on a specific community).
A specific user badge.
Aside from the option to set blocks, the group does not have any special permissions outside of Discussions, unlike "local" Discussions Moderators who can also moderate in
Forum, Message Walls, Comments and Chat.
The permission structure is meant to allow this group to operate effectively without admin involvement in Discussions. They will work with (and defer to) admins when the admins are taking an active role in Discussions.
Global Discussions moderators will be assigned to work on specific communities that have requested help or that have been identified by Fandom staff.
Global Discussions moderators will typically work in pairs, with two assigned to each community. This facilitates a collaborative approach to solving problems, helps build trust with communities and allows for one moderator to take time off when needed.
Request help from the Global Discussions moderators by using the
Further help and feedback