If you feel passionate about a topic or a cause then foster a community of like-minded debaters.
DebateIsland Communites are actively developed, feature a simple design, mobile friendly, fast, and pack a lot of functionality. We are in Beta, so much more to come. With our two exclusive types of Debating ("Casual" and "Persuade Me"), your users will never feel limited.
A "Community Moderator" has full control over their community and moderating it's content. DebateIsland.com is commited to our "Community Moderators" and their Communities. In other words, your at the helm. Your the Captain Kirk to The Enterprise as Mario is to Luigi.
You fully Moderate your community by editing, deleting, announcing, flagging, etc. arguments, debates and everything that has to do with your community.
DebateIsland.com Puts Our Users (that includes Community Moderators just like you) first. If you ever need any help, have feedback, or issues you can message @aarong, email firstname.lastname@example.org, and text/sms +1-917-765-0339.
Your community will have an official community page that will optionally have any additional rules, your contact, and additional details you would like to provide.
Users can find moderator(s) of the community on the official community page.
You are responsible for growing and maintaining your community, you will optionally accept other co-moderators, and will nurture the community. DebateIsland.com reserves the right to take over any community if it becomes inactive, violates our terms and conditions, or other circumstances at our discretion. Our intent is to empower you to be successful as a community leader.
Site moderator(s) have full access to all communities, spam, and flag queue. We will typically rely on community moderators to moderate their own community, but reserve the right to get involved as needed. Users may either contact community moderators or site moderators for help.
Yes, we launched this Beta functionality and plan to actively develop further based on moderators and users feedback.
As part of notification settings users choose which communities to follow.
Typically yes. We have an option of suppressing some communities from appearing in the home page.
Debateisland rules always apply, but you may specify additional rules to follow.
Not at this time, but that maybe available down the road.
Yes. Please request.
Of course not. We expect you to stay active, but understand that you may have other things going on.