I mean like all future posts. All this person wants to do (not naming names) is stir up trouble. Is there a way to stop him from commenting and replying to other people's comments on future posts?
If so, could you tell me how to do it. Because I am getting really tired of this guy and I'd like to be able to post without having to deal with his drama.
Problem is, he is technically not breaking the rules. He is a "producer" (that's my name for them.) He comes in with his cameras, stirs up drama, sees if he can do anything with that and then leaves. I want to make this soundstage (my question) off limits.
How can I do that?
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If you are uneasy about someone following your activities, no worries; you can just block them. There are several ways to block a member.
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