The Moderation Dashboard is a web app part of Hive Moderation for visualizing and managing content you send through our APIs. From the time you submit content through the API, you can sort and filter through high risk users and posts, and create custom actions and rules to auto-moderate your application using the Dashboard.
Spam Manager: View, filter, and remove unwanted spam text posted on your platform. Allow and Deny specific spam strings like urls, domains, phone numbers, and emails based on your company's moderation policies.
Actions: Create custom user and post actions liking deleting a post and banning a user. These actions will be triggered manually by your moderators on the dashboard, or through auto-mod rules.
Rules: Set up user and post rules to auto-moderate your application to filter out unapproved content.
Content Feed *: View and sort through all post content submitted through the Dashboard API (images, videos, text) with their associated moderation class groups and take action on the content.
User Feed *: View all high risk users and their top moderation class groups along with their historical posting behavior on the application. Flag, suspend, or block the abusive or defiant users.
Thresholds *: Customize visual and text class thresholds to match your company's moderation policies. If you care more about Sexual and Suggestive content on your application, you can customize the raw class scores returned by the model to match that.
Class Group Scores *: Class Group Scores provide a high level overview of what type of content a user is posting and insight into their behavior on your platform. You can customize the sensitivity of these scores for each class group.
* Coming Soon in 2022
Once you have access, you can use your thehive.ai credentials to login to the Dashboard. You will receive an email with an Authorization Token specifically for the Dashboard. Use this token when sending a task to the Dashboard API (refer to Dashboard API Reference). Once you submit a request, you will receive a response with post rules triggered for that post. You can also customize this response to receive more data back from the model (refer to API reference).
When signing up, you will specify the number of seats you require for the Dashboard. To start, only one admin user will be granted access. To invite more users to the Dashboard (up to the max seats you have specified), you will need to sign in on thehive.ai and navigate to the organization connected to the Dashboard. Once you are in the Organization, click "Members" in the side nav bar and click the "+" icon to add more users. In the modal, you can enter the email addresses and the permission levels of the users you wish to invite. You will need to specify both Org Permission Level (thehive.ai) and Dashboard Permission level.
Dashboard Permission Level:
- Admin - Read/Write access to all Dashboard pages, Invite Users
- General - Read/Write access to all Dashboard pages except Rules and Actions
* Dashboard permissions will be implemented in 2022. Currently, all Dashboard users will have admin level permissions
Updated about 2 months ago