• anonymous
What is the difference between an ambassador and a moderator here on Openstudy?
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  • Nnesha
Mods got the *POWER* like they ban & warn&suspend users they can delete your comments & threads Ambi their job is to welcome new users
  • Nnesha ~created by @- beccaboo333 and @-mathslover \(\large\color{purple}{\rm Moderators:}\) When you violate the Code of Conduct. The moderators will take action. They can warn people and suspend then when they don't listen to warnings. When you see someone misbehaving, click the report abuse button and the mods will take a look at the problem. \(\large\color{green}{\rm Ambassador:}\) Ambassadors are here to guide the new users and show them the ropes on how to use the site. You can recognize them with the Purple \(\bf\Large\color{#872af0}{Ⓐ}\) next to their name. ***You can recognize moderators by their purple names (as you can see by looking at my name) and purple ring around their profile picture. ~~thomaster
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