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A moderator is a user on OpenStudy that moderates and makes sure to keep the site under control. Moderators protect the CoC (Code of Conduct) and TaC (Terms and Conditions) by volunteering their time to make the best experience for users on OpenStudy. You can tell if a user is a mod by looking at their purple username. Requirements are needed to be brought up to on becoming a moderator on OpenStudy. Here they are: - Be 18 and older - You have to be, and act mature - Have been on the site for a decent amount of time. (usually more than 6 months). - Be an positive and active user on the site - Having a squeaky clean abuse record. - Have good attitude with fellow users. - Having a good sense of justice. - Be an expert in a field of study. - Do a great job in the ambassador program*. *In the ambassador training period, you'll learn how the rules work on OpenStudy and you'll learn how to make the right decisions. Being an Ambassador isn't required, but it can help. You have to win the respect of this community through interaction, knowledge and the ability to interact and intervene in an appropriate manner. It is a big part based on participation, courtesy and respect. You have to be willing to make some effort to solve/prevent arguments and problems that arise, and DO NOT ask to become a moderator, as this will only decrease your chances of becoming one. Then, when the admins decide they need more moderators, you might get asked. Good luck!
Number 1 rule: Don't ask to become one as it only decreases your chance of becoming one.
^ Your alt?
No. That's my main. My alt is a different one.
Well, "This" is my main.
I was wondering.
Because you commented on a post that wasn't yours. XD