Think of a club admin as a club’s bouncer—the first line of defense against trolling, harassment, and other unacceptable behavior. When someone creates a club, not only are they the club’s owner, they’re also the admin (unless they make someone else the admin).
What does a club admin do?
The club admin upholds club rules, usually displayed in the club’s Info page as tags (for example, no trash-talking) and in About this club. The admin’s duties are threefold—reviewing invitation requests and recommendations, reviewing reports, and taking actions.
Review invitation requests and recommendations
Like owners, a club admin can review invitation requests and recommendations, and choose who joins the club.
When club members see things like inappropriate content in the club’s activity feed, they should report them to the club admin.
The club admin helps manage the club—remove or ban people, delete inappropriate content, and more.
To remove someone (this revokes their club membership):
To ban or unban someone:
To delete inappropriate content in the club’s activity feed:
To delete inappropriate content in club chat:
Make someone else the admin
Club owners can make any club member (or multiple members) an admin. First, make sure the club member is someone trustworthy. Second, make sure they want to be the club admin. Finally, share this info so they understand the duties of a club admin!
To make someone a club admin:
Conversely, the club owner can remove a person as club admin (this revokes their admin status, not their club membership). To remove someone as the club admin:
Review the Microsoft Code of Conduct Explained for Xbox Live Customers
To help make Xbox Live a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone, read the Microsoft Code of Conduct Explained for Xbox Live Customers. All club activity and content must follow the rules in this document.
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