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Eli Tribe TEAM
Customer Support Manager at Tribe

Hi Shirvan, 

Thanks for sharing your question with us. 

There is not native functionality that limits the posting to the users that you have hand-picked. However, there are some alternatives that you might find helpful:


1. Give users an "admin" or "moderator" role, then in your content type settings, only allow those roles to be able to post. You can learn more here6.
2. Enable your moderation app and only allow the users with a "verified email address" to post in the community without your approval. The rest will go to the moderation panel for your approval first.

Eli Tribe TEAM
Customer Support Manager at Tribe

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Eli Tribe TEAM
Customer Support Manager at Tribe

Hi @Anand J19. This seems like a good request, however, for now, you can go to admin panel> content type > and decide who can post each post type. Currently, you have only the option to make a limitation based on users' roles23. As soon as you decide a specific role to be able to post a content type, that will be applied for all the groups inside your community as well.