profanity filter

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Profanity filter should be apart of all plans. It's a little ridiculous that you have to purchase the enterprise plan to get a simple feature like this.
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David Reed

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Posted 4 years ago

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Adam, Alum

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Hey David. I'm really sorry to hear about your frustration and I apologize for the confusion with your initial interaction regarding this feature.

I can see that a profanity filter feature is important to you, and I'm curious to better understand the needs of your community and company. How do you envision a profanity filter working in your community?

I'll be sure to pass along your response to the product team, to help them understand the demand and need for a profanity filter at lower price plans, so they can take these under consideration when evaluating plans/pricing/features.

Thanks so much.
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David Reed

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Our website is targeted towards families so having a profanity filter is important to us. Any open field text boxes that we have on our site, has a filter or black list of words you can't use. If we have this safety measure all over site then we would want it on things we are associating our name with.
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David, I'm going to change your topic to an idea so we can track support for your suggestion.
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PlayPhone Liz

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I have to agree with David on the language filter being a standard feature. Has there been any movement in the progress to offer this to the non-enterprise plans?