…presumably these things come with some lower level permissions that could be applied also?
The more of these things you have (Facebook pages, Facebook groups, Forum, Slack, Discord, Trello and so on) the more management it’ll need, or, I think you run the risk of it going feral and then representing the brand poorly. For example… if GDTV staff aren’t manning this channel fairly frequently (daily?), will you have a few select members to manage it on your behalf? If so, the more of these you have, I would suggest the more the need for creating some guidelines would be (it has come up before but at that time the forum didn’t exist either, it was just the Facebook groups).
Example only, but on the forum I tend to run a periodic check for profanity, not because I am so pure that I never swear, just that because I appreciate that with such a diverse community, especially of age, people could be easily offended by it, and if we maintain a good example people tend to follow it. It doesn’t occur too often but I do carry out a routine sweep and asterisk out a few words in posts as I see them.
When you get your first troll in the Discord channel and it needs attention, it may be handy to have an agree set of guidelines (for all of the community areas) that are applied, that way said troll can be dealt with swiftly before things get messy.
I raise this primarily because you mentioned recently about your team size (think it was in your live stream) and if you take on more things like this you may reach a point where it gets untenable to cover all of it, I think that’s where you may run the risk of posts / comments / behaviours occurring that are not in the interests of the community.
Call me Mr Worry-Pants if you like, just raising a concern as the community and tools grow