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*This capability is present since Moodle 2.3.3
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*This allows a user to be subscribed automatically to forums where subscription is automatic or forced.
*This allows subscribes a user to forums where subscription is automatic of forced.
 
 
*This capability is allowed for the default roles of teacher, non-editing teacher and student. It is not set for the role of manager.
 
*This capability is allowed for the default roles of teacher, non-editing teacher and student. It is not set for the role of manager.
  
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| Force subscription
 
| Force subscription
| Only users with the capability are subscribed
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| Users with the capability are subscribed
 
| It is not possible to change subscription
 
| It is not possible to change subscription
 
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| Auto subscription
 
| Auto subscription
| Users with the capability are subscribed initially
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| Users with the capability are subscribed
 
| Any user can choose to subscribe or unsubscribe at any point
 
| Any user can choose to subscribe or unsubscribe at any point
 
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Latest revision as of 15:32, 9 June 2015

  • This allows a user to be subscribed automatically to forums where subscription is automatic or forced.
  • This capability is allowed for the default roles of teacher, non-editing teacher and student. It is not set for the role of manager.

The following table summarises the effect this capability has on the various forum subscription methods:

Subscription Mode Effect of capability...
on initial subscription on subscription changes
Force subscription Users with the capability are subscribed It is not possible to change subscription
Auto subscription Users with the capability are subscribed Any user can choose to subscribe or unsubscribe at any point
Optional subscription The capability has no effect Any user can choose to subscribe or unsubscribe at any point
Subscription disabled The capability has no effect It is not possible to change subscription

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