Group admin guidelines By creating a permanent group, you agree to accept responsibility to 'admin' that group to be sure that the activities within conform to our Terms of Service.Read this document carefully to make sure you understand your responsibilities before continuing.The only exception to this is locked room which are also 'premium rooms', which will hold their stated capacity locked or unlocked.If you do not specify a lockword, the chat room is open to everyone.Locked chat rooms are limited to a maximum of 5 (five) users.This document contains reference information you may find useful at a later time.You may use this facility to create a chat group on Paltalk in which you are the administrator of the group.They are differentiated from room admins by having their nickname appear in red in addition to having the @ sign.
Being an administrator allows you to moderate the room by giving you the power to take away a person's microphone and the ability to bounce (remove) a person in the event that they are extremely disruptive or abusive.
Your nickname will be identified as an 'admin' account in your group by having an @ sign precede your name. Paltalk personnel have admin capabilities in all groups they enter.
If you abuse the admin privileges, your group and your ability to create future groups will be removed, so please make sure you understand what is required in the admin role.
When you create a chat room, you will have the option of specifying a lockword or not.
If you specify a lockword, anyone trying to join your room will be asked to specify the lockword before they are allowed to enter.
In this way, you can control who may enter your room by who you tell the lockword to.