Global BLOCK function

This website needs this feature badly.

The site needs a BLOCK function that members can turn on that will block NON-CERTIFIED profiles.

There are sooooooo many fake profiles on the site now it is getting ridiculous!

A global BLOCK function that can be turned on or off that will block all NON-Certified profiles would be awesome.

What a fantastic idea right!

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That is a great suggestion send your idea to the TN office in Phoenix.

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I certainly understand why you want this, but there are a good number of legitimate people on here that are not certified. I do believe non-certified should be blocked from uploading or viewing media. In my opinion, if you can figure out how to add media (presumably of you) to your profile, you can send the required photos to get certified.

As for the forums, there is at least one that only allows certified profiles to join. Private groups can limit to certified approval as well if that's what the admin wants.

John aka cobeachbum

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You can block people. I do that all time. If you block them, they are no longer able to see your profile lol. Block without mercy those annoying people ;)

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Well, that would have the effect of automatically blocking every single new member to the site since no one starts out certified. Which means they'd have to make a system to unblock anyone once they got certified. And then they'd have to make sure that it didn't override any blocks you put in manually, lest people just game the certification and blocking processes.

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I don't see the point as it's only two clicks to block anybody who is a nuisance.

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Reading with interest. I have only been around a while and already see who is real and not. Maybe the screening should be on application for membership to the site. Regardless of whether people become Certified or not, and I understand the reasons for both, sensorship and selection should take place prior to us needing to 'Make that choice'. In my view.

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I certainly understand why you want this, but there are a good number of legitimate people on here that are not certified. I do believe non-certified should be blocked from uploading or viewing media. In my opinion, if you can figure out how to add media (presumably of you) to your profile, you can send the required photos to get certified.As for the forums, there is at least one that only allows certified profiles to join. Private groups can limit to certified approval as well if that's what the admin wants.John aka cobeachbum

I agree with you. Many are uncertified simply because it is frightening to send nude pictures of yourself through the internet. I'm relatively new to this site and nudism in general. It took me a very long time to get certified because of my fear. I still have not posted any nude pictures of myself for the same reason. I'm working on that and will eventually post pictures. When I get a friend request, first I look to see if they are certified. Then read their profile and look at their media. It's pretty easy to spot the fakes.

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I don't see the point as it's only two clicks to block anybody who is a nuisance.

True. After you block they cant even seen your profile anymore

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I don't see the point as it's only two clicks to block anybody who is a nuisance.True. After you block they cant even seen your profile anymore

Wow, really? What do they see if they look at a forum thread that the person who blocked them has posted in?

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I don't see the point as it's only two clicks to block anybody who is a nuisance.True. After you block they cant even seen your profile anymoreWow, really? What do they see if they look at a forum thread that the person who blocked them has posted in?

What should happen, assuming block only blocks profile viewing, is that they will see you post but if they click on your profile they will get the blocked screen and not see any details. Havent tried it but that is how it works on other sites I have been on.
Although the block message does warn youthat the block function doesnt totally prevent that person seeing your profile.

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