I remember some time ago that if you were going to bump a month+ old thread with a new reply, you'd be prompted with a little yellow checkbox acknowledging that you were aware that the thread was old before you could make the reply. It was a neat little feature that would be an extra step to make the person posting consider if what they were contributing was really worth the bump. Well what if we implemented a similar thing with the 'Admin Abuse' subforum, so that every reply in the thread would have a checkbox prompt with the Abuse Thread Reminder: This would require everyone, players and admins alike, who would post in the thread to become aware of what's appropriate and what's not, and keep the clutter down. Hopefully it'll cut down on the amount of unnecessary posts in threads, and with it the number of posts that may need deleting for being unnecessary, and additionally the number of times that these guidelines need to be linked by LSAs to prevent unnecessary posting. So much unnecessary business. Another idea I had for the 'Admin Abuse' subforum was to add a header/template to the 'Create Thread' page that would outline the relevant info to include in an abuse report, since as is it's quite bare. Based on the likes of the 'Admin Subscription' create page, I suggest: 1) Add a template based on Mer's how-to thread, including this info: 2) If needed, add a button that would expand to show what kinds of proof may be provided and how it can be acquired, as explained in Mer's thread: I'd also want to include a section about copying chat logs from the console, or how to access chat logs via the Forums, and also update the screenshot bit with the new Steam overlay screenshot function (default F12). Little things here or there could be shortened as seen fit, but having this provided might not be a bad idea. And lastly, like the Admin Sub page, provide a small example button for one instance of a type of abuse to demonstrate what a full report looks like. (Not really needed, but for the sake of completeness.) Even though a number of abuse reports typically already have some amount of information to get the ball rolling, and some are even kind enough to provide some evidence, I think having this provided right on the 'Create Thread' screen would help players make more complete reports in the future. Also, I'm sure we can never really put enough emphasis on providing proof of the abuse in the report, so having it there might help remind players to go back and get it when posting the thread.