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Administrator rights will be granted to any logged-in user upon request. Administrators can perform many technical actions, including blocking users, deleting pages, and protecting pages. A full list of rights can be found [[Special:ListGroupRights#sysop|here]].
*Block a user from sending email (blockemail)
 
*Block and kick (if enabled) users from Special:Chat (modchat)
 
*Block other users from editing (block)
 
*Bypass IP blocks, auto-blocks and range blocks (ipblock-exempt)
 
*Change protection levels and edit cascade-protected pages (protect)
 
*Configure how the stable version is selected and displayed (stablesettings)
 
*Create and (de)activate tags (managechangetags)
 
*Create new and edit existing awards (awardsmanage)
 
*Create new and edit existing gifts (giftadmin)
 
*Create new user accounts (createaccount)
 
*Delete tags from the database (deletechangetags)
 
*Delete and undelete specific log entries (deletelogentry)
 
*Delete and undelete specific revisions of pages (deleterevision)
 
*Delete pages (delete)
 
*Delete pages with large histories (bigdelete)
 
*Edit interwiki data (interwiki)
 
*Edit other users' CSS files (editusercss)
 
*Edit other users' JavaScript files (edituserjs)
 
*Edit pages protected as "Allow only administrators" (editprotected)
 
*Edit pages protected as "Allow only autoconfirmed users" (editsemiprotected)
 
*Edit pages protected as "Allow only logged in users" (user)
 
*Edit the content model of a page (editcontentmodel)
 
*Edit the user interface (editinterface)
 
*Have one's own edits automatically marked as "checked" (autoreview)
 
*Have one's own edits automatically marked as patrolled (autopatrol)
 
*Import pages from a file upload (importupload)
 
*Import pages from other wikis (import)
 
*Manage message groups (translate-manage)
 
*Mark others' edits as patrolled (patrol)
 
*Mark revisions as being "checked" (review)
 
*Mark revisions as being "quality" (validate)
 
*Mark rolled-back edits as bot edits (markbotedits)
 
*Mark versions of pages for translation (pagetranslation)
 
*Merge the history of pages (mergehistory)
 
*Modify abuse filters (abusefilter-modify)
 
*Move category pages (move-categorypages)
 
*Move files (movefile)
 
*Move pages (move)
 
*Move pages with stable versions (movestable)
 
*Move pages with their subpages (move-subpages)
 
*Move root user pages (move-rootuserpages)
 
*Not be affected by IP-based rate limits (autoconfirmed)
 
*Not be affected by rate limits (noratelimit)
 
*Not create redirects from source pages when moving pages (suppressredirect)
 
*Override files on the shared media repository locally (reupload-shared)
 
*Overwrite existing files (reupload)
 
*Perform CAPTCHA-triggering actions without having to go through the CAPTCHA (skipcaptcha)
 
*Quickly rollback the edits of the last user who edited a particular page (rollback)
 
*Revert all changes by a given abuse filter (abusefilter-revert)
 
*Search deleted pages (browsearchive)
 
*Send a message to multiple users at once (massmessage)
 
*Unblock oneself (unblockself)
 
*Undelete a page (undelete)
 
*Upload files (upload)
 
*Upload files from a URL (upload_by_url)
 
*Use Special:Chat (chat)
 
*Use higher limits in API queries (apihighlimits)
 
*View a list of unwatched pages (unwatchedpages)
 
*View deleted history entries, without their associated text (deletedhistory)
 
*View deleted text and changes between deleted revisions (deletedtext)
 
*View detailed abuse log entries (abusefilter-log-detail)
 
*View the spam blacklist log (spamblacklistlog)
 
*Add groups: Bots, Editors, Reviewers, Autochecked users, Patrollers, Chat moderators and Users blocked from chat
 
*Remove groups: Bots, Editors, Reviewers, Autochecked users, Patrollers, Chat moderators and Users blocked from chat
 

Revision as of 21:21, 21 September 2017

Administrator rights will be granted to any logged-in user upon request. Administrators can perform many technical actions, including blocking users, deleting pages, and protecting pages. A full list of rights can be found here.