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Question Improvement suggestion [confidential] tag

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3 years 11 months ago #1 by ruud
Hi,

On one of my websites I am using Kunena as a support form.

The possibility to have a user post confidential information is great, but as I experienced counld be even better with the request below :)

Current situation:
Topic starter requests support and uses the confidential tag to provide login credentials to his web-server
Both the topic starter and the moderator / admin can see the confidential information... so far so good.

In a response to the topic creator I (the moderator / admin) provide a new beta download / custom file. I put the download location in confidential tags because I do not want the whole world to get access to this file / information.

The Topic starter (as it turned out) cannot see my confidential information because A. he is not the creator of this post (it is my post) and B. he is not an admin / moderator.

Requested situation:
It would be great if the following rules could apply:
1. post creator can see his own confidential information (= current situation)
2. admin / moderator can see all posted confidential information (= current situation)
3. Topic creator can see all confidential information is his topic > so he can also see my created confidential information in a response post in his topic (= new situation)

Hope this makes sense, if not please feel free to discuss :)

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3 years 11 months ago #2 by 810
The following user(s) said Thank You: ruud

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3 years 11 months ago #3 by rich
As workaround you can edit his message. In his own message he can see your confidential informations.

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3 years 11 months ago #4 by ruud

rich wrote: As workaround you can edit his message. In his own message he can see your confidential informations.

Cool! that works in sharing this confidential information (although limited in the process of getting update notification, etc.)

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