Hello again, friend!
Having enjoyed the big blog about the new platform (and replied appreciatively), I casually revisited a page that I think is called "Explore..." and saw the four Lifestyle wikis at the bottom. The first two were Cosplay and Cocktails. At least half of the people in the world are not interested in either of those subjects, I guess, but I bet there are at least three billion people in the world who are interested in family history. Familypedia is among the top three lifestyle wikis in article numbers if not in active users. Is there any chance that one of those minority interests could be replaced by a Familypedia link?
Do you remember 8 months ago you posted "It looks as though none of the admins for this community are active right now but if you need help, check out our help pages or stop by Community Central to explore our forums." I looked at on help pages and wasnt able to find anything about our problem. Our admin on"https://idle-skilling.fandom.com/" wasnt online anymore and i belive creator was a random guy who wanted to help at our games fandom page, we don't have anymore access to him. Can we transfer founder role to another person? Like creator of "Idle Skilling" game or one of the our Mods? or atleast can we give another person to administrator privileges? Hit me back if possible thanks alot.
One way this would work would be to go to system messages and you can swap the user tags with each other, although it may not be recommended, but it is a shortcut option to ensure the result you’re looking for.
The "Founder" tag is a unique designation assigned to the user who Creates a Wiki. It is identical in powers and tools as an Admin with not other special status than mentioned. The status it conveys cannot be transferred.
There are over 1500+ Fandom users who are, believe it or not, under the rightful age mark of 13. And, that ain't right. This is true! You need to global them. It's against the rules! Just do something.
While that may be true—certainly there are underage users and that's a fact—it is not *anyone's* job to HUNT them down. When proof and or self-admissions pop up, they get handled.
And BTW, reporting any you do happen to find should be done by contact Fandom Staff with links, not screenshots, to the admission(s). Remember that the 2 PPs in COPPA stand for Privacy and Protection, and that any very public posting about them does neither.