We're huge fans of Confluence Questions, and more and more people in our company are adopting it. However, we are noticing a large number of duplicate questions being asked, and we want to have a moderator sweep through and delete all the duplicate or insufficiently phrased questions.
Is there a way that an administrator can have permission to delete or edit a question asked by another person?
I saw the Expert permissions list, but it doesn't look like it allows anyone to delete a question. Basically we want to allow a couple people to be Superusers of Confluence Question, who can go in and delete anyone's question at any time.
Any information would be appreciated, thanks!
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