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Was wondering if we can customize DNN to function as a private social network with the following core features are:
1. The web site should be able to support many sub-groups
2. Each sub-group will have an ‘admin’ (a member from within the sub-group) that will basically accept/deny member request to join the sub-group or disable a member’s account in that sub-group.
3. Members will have the ability to determine, from members within the private network, who can see their contents. By this a member can create groups (“friends”, “family”, “co-workers”, etc) just like you would in any social sites.
An example is memberA is in sub-group01 and there are say 10 sub-groups in the private network.
MemberA should be able to:
1. Create a thread in the discussion board and limits the audience to only those in her group (sub-group01).
2. Upload a video and only share it with other members in her ‘friend’ group.
Basically any content (events, photos, videos, journals) that memberA creates memberA will need to designate who can have access.
The gist of it is this; say you’re building a private social site for cat lovers. And for each major city in the US you would have a group. And in each group there’s a one person who functions as the admin that controls enrollment.
I hope this can be done with DNN? I’m also looking at SharePoint 2013 and other options.
Thanks in advance for your thoughts!