The fact that they've registered is the proof that they've agreed because the button before that page says 'I agree to these terms'. You can't register without clicking that.
Yeah, I've been trying to explain this to her but she doesn't understand tech at all. It took me forever for me to even get her to understand what a forum was.
Hmm... I have an NRU only forum that I make them post an introduction before I move them out of the newly registered users group as a form of vetting.stevemaury wrote: ↑Tue Apr 25, 2017 8:51 pmIf you use the Newly Registered users group with a post limit of one, and make a forum that is the only forum the NRU group can post in, you can have an announcement at the top of that forum containing the Registration agreement with instructions for the user to post "I agree". If they do post "I agree", approve the post. If they don't, don't approve the post.
This extension is still in beta development but would save you a step if she agrees to what your suggesting above. It auto copies a topic when it is created to a forum of your choice. Then you could just create a forum that only admins see and use that as your archive.Turtlebutter wrote: ↑Tue Apr 25, 2017 8:59 pmHmm... I have an NRU only forum that I make them post an introduction before I move them out of the newly registered users group as a form of vetting.
I could always add a "Do you agree to the registration agreement of "BlahBlahInc" forum and just archive a copy of their post somewhere...