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what to do if a groups admin disappears

Michelle AuriemmaMichelle Auriemma Las CrucesMember Posts: 1,557
We were invited to a group where the admins (both from the same family) have gone MIA. What do we do to get a temp admin until we find out what happened?

Best Answer

  • Teresa ConcannonTeresa Concannon Member Posts: 7,378
    Accepted Answer
    Write to the administrators and ask them what happened and whether they plan to return. If they say they're coming back, ask when! If they're no longer interested and aren't coming back, ask them to find cats who are interested (like you!) and have them add those cats as co-administrators. If they don't answer your pawmails and all else fails, write to Catster HQ, tell them the situation and ask if they can make you or someone else co-administrators in the group. It's always good to have more than one family as administrators in any group for this very reason. Good luck!
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