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RebelMouse Roar technology allows community users to sign up for your site and contribute posts. Sometimes this may happen even if you're not explicitly promoting this functionality. Here's how it works:


  1. A user can sign up at /core/in.
  2. Then, in the left-hand navigation menu, they'll see the ability to "Add a Post." (Note: This can be turned off if you don't want users contributing posts at all — just ask your RebelMouse account manager.)
  3. After a user creates a post and publishes it, it'll go into your submissions queue (core/dashboard/submissions) where you can choose whether or not you want to feature their post.
  4. Unfeatured posts are only found if users share the content themselves, and you can always delete posts that violate your community's guidelines.
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