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FreeOnes Board - The Free Sex Community FAQ

Here you can find answers to questions about how the board works. Use the links or search box below to find your way around.

Approved Content Owners

What is an ACO?

An Approved Content Owner is a person that has been verified by FreeOnes as holding the copyright to the content they are posting on the FreeOnes Message Board.

Who is eligable to become an ACO?

Pay site owners, employees of paysites, photographers, and any other individual (sometimes an OCSM's husband, boyfriend, webmaster, publicist, etc) are eligable to become an ACO.

Does an ACO need to be verified by FreeOnes Staff?

Yes. In general we ask all ACOs for proof that they have the right to post the copyrighted content on FreeOnes before adding the ACO title to their profile.

What kind of proof does FreeOnes ask for?

It really depends on the situation. Sometimes we may ask for copies of some 2257 documents or model release forms, sometimes if a potential is an employee of a paysite, having an official email address from that site is enough.

What if I've been given permission to post content from a pay site? Can I be an ACO?

No, I'm sorry. ACO status is for the actual owner of the content. Not webmasters promoting pay sites with their own links.

Who do I contact about ACO status?

Please contact us at webmaster@freeones.com for more information if you think you qualify for ACO status!

FreeOnes Username

What is a username?

A username is your "identity" on FreeOnes.

What if I decide I don't like my username, or I chose one that all my friends or family might reconize?

If you decide that you need your username changed for whatever reason, you can contact a moderator and they will then put you in contact with the right FreeOnes Team Member to help you.

How many FreeOnes Credits does this cost?

If you have a compelling reason for needing your username changed, there is no cost for the first time. However, if you ask again, then there is a charge of 200 FreeOnes Credits for the service. If you do not have the credits at the time of the username change request, you're stuck with the username until you can come up with the credits.

User Title (words under my name)

What is a user title?

A user title is those words that appear under your name. FreeOnes Team Members, Moderators, Official Checked Star Members, and Approved Content Owners all have unchanging user titles while regular board members have changing titles.

I don't like my current title. How do I get rid of it?!

User titles for board members are based on your post count. Don't like your current title? Then post more! At 10,000 posts you can set your own title or you can buy a custom title with MyFreeOnes credits.

How do I buy a user title with MyFreeOnes credits?

Click Here for the information regarding the purchase of a custom user title.

I reached 10,000 posts, how do I change my user title?

Click Here for the information regarding changing your user title at 10,000 posts.

Are there any specific rules regarding custom user titles?

Yes there are. Members may not use moderator, FreeOnes Team Member, Admin, Administrator or any other title that gives the illusion of authority on the board or with FreeOnes in general. This includes abbreviations and alternative spellings or misspellings of the word. Violations may have their custom user title privilage permanently revoked.

Tags

What are tags?

Tags are a useful way to search for threads with similar subject matter and content. This complements the normal search system, which searches only for certain words or phrases and/or posts by specific users.

To use tags, you add words or phrases to threads to help describe the content. For instance, if the subject matter is 'photography' then you can add the tag 'photography' to the tag list. But you could also add tags like 'digital image', and 'camera' (depending, of course, on the nature of the thread).

This will categorize this thread with all other threads that have matching tags, whether or not they have the word 'photography' in them.

Who adds the tags?

Tags are initially added to threads by the user who started the thread. Other users are also able to add and remove tags.

How do I use tags?

Tags are displayed in a box near the bottom of a thread page. Clicking on a tag will allow you to view other threads that have the same tag - and which may be related. Clicking on the word 'Tags' in the top of the box will take you to an overview page with a 'tag cloud.'

This cloud allows you to see which tags are the most popular - the larger the word, the more times it has been used on threads within the board. There is also another tag cloud on the advanced search page that shows you the tags that have been searched for (or clicked on) the most.

Tag Rules

The expectation is that approperiate and relevant keywords will be used. Any excessive profanity, racism, or any other term that violates the board rules will be deleted. The person that added the term may incur an infraction.

Reputation

What is reputation?

Reputation is a way of rating users depending on the quality of their posts.

Reputation may be positive, negative, or neutral. Neutral reputation is only given when the person giving reputation does not meet the criteria set by the administrator to affect someone else's reputation.

How do I give reputation?

To give reputation, click on the reputation icon in the relevant post. This will reveal a form to complete with the reputation type and the reason for giving the reputation. You may not give reputation for the same post twice.

How do I know what reputation I have received?

You can view the reputation that you have received in your User CP (User Control Panel) where it is displayed at the bottom of the User CP page. Here you will see the latest reputation that you have received and whether this is positive, negative or neutral. Your total reputation will be shown as series of reputation indicators in your posts and profile. The more positive your reputation, the more positive icons will be shown. The more negative your reputation the more negative icons will be shown.

How much reputation is given? What is reputation power?

The amount of reputation that each user will give (or take away if negative) is shown in the user's posts as 'Reputation Power'. The value of reputation will increase over time as you get more reputation.

The original purpose of the system was to allow members to reward other members for posting good links, insightful comments or just a "pat on the back." However, the system has become, for many, a simple way to say "hello" or hand out reputation in a random manner (a "rep bump"). As such, there may be members that:

  • 1.) Take reputation very seriously and gives/takes only when deemed necessary/worthy
  • 2.) Gives reputation just to be friendly or hope to get reputation back (collectors)
  • 3.) Could care less about the system
  • 4.) All or some of the above

To that end, the reputation system does not signify the importance, credibility or respect level of a member.

Why did someone give me negative reputation?

If you received negative reputation, there may very well be a solid reason. There also may not be a reason that you can perceive. This is a part of life on this message board. Don't let negative reputation affect your participation, unless of course you realize that the negative reputation was for a legitimate reason and you need to stop your behavior (such as rule violations).

For more information, please read the Reputation System Thread.

What constitutes abuse of the reputation sytem?

If someone simply disagrees with you or wants to point out that your post is breaking the rules, this does not constitute as abuse of Reputation. However, if someone is using it to threaten or harass you, please alert a moderator.

What if I don't want anyone to see my reputation?

You can disable the display of your reputation by going to your User CP and selecting Edit Options. On this page you will find a check box labelled 'Show Your Reputation Level'. Un-checking this box will remove the display of your reputation and replace it with the Reputation Disabled icon. You can still give and receive reputation while your reputation display is disabled.

Does reputation do anything else?

Yes! You can earn FreeOnes Credits when you earn positive reputation! Don't worry, if you get negative reputation, the system will not touch your current FreeOnes Credits!

  • First 50 reputation = 100 FreeOnes credits
  • Every 50 reputation until 250 = 100 FreeOnes credits
  • 250 reputation = 250 FreeOnes credits (one time only)
  • Every 250 reputation after the initial 250 = 200 FreeOnes credits**

**Please note there is a limit on how many FreeOnes credits you can earn from reputation. Once you reach this limit, you will not receive anymore credits via reputation

Profile Albums and Pictures

How do I use profile albums?

As a member, you can create Albums of images that are linked to your public profile. Albums can be created by visiting the User Control Panel, and clicking on the 'Pictures & Albums' link, and then clicking on 'Add Album'.

Each album can have a title ('Joe's Holiday to Nepal'), and a description ('A bunch of photos from my recent adventure').

Please note that your photo album is private and only you, moderators and FreeOnes Team Members can see them. The photo album is for the purpose of creating customized profiles.

The rules for the photo album is as follows:

  • Photos must follow the Board Rules. Failure to follow the rules could result in infractions that could eventually get you banned from the board.
  • You may upload a maximum of 10 pictures up to a maximum of 300kb.
  • Each photo uploaded must be approved by a moderator. This can take some time so be patient. Don't flood the board with threads asking about your photos being improved.
  • You may not use your photo album as a place to host pictures for signatures. The purpose of the album is to create the background of your profile only.

How do I upload pictures?

Once you've created an album you can upload images to it. Simply view the album and click on 'Upload Pictures'.

You'll have the option to give each picture a caption, and to set one image as the Album cover, which will be displayed on the public profile. To delete an album or edit the title, description or album type, click on 'Edit Album'. To delete an image, or to edit a caption or change the album cover, click on 'Edit Pictures'.

Who can have a public photo album?

Official Checked Star Members are allowed to make new photo albums, which they can set to public so everyone on the board can view them. If you are an OCSM and need help using this feature, please contact a FreeOnes Team Member for help.

Mark a Thread as [SOLVED]

Where can I mark a thread as [SOLVED]?

In the Identify/Name the Babe Board Section. Click here to visit.

How do I mark a thread as [SOLVED]?

There are 2 ways to mark a thread as solved. As the person who made the original post (OP) in the thread, or as a person who just contributed to the thead.

1.) As the thread starter:

At the top of the thread, you will see something called Thread Tools in the blue bar (the one that has the twitter, reddits, etc icons in it).

Thread Tools

Simply click the Thread Tools to get a dropdown menu. At the bottom, you will see the words "Mark this thread as solved." Click it and the thread is solved.

Mark as Solved

2.) If it's not your thread (you are not the OP):

If you didn't start the thread, then you will need to report the thread so that the moderators can mark it as SOLVED for you. All you're going to do is go to the bottom of the 1st post in the thread and click on the triangle icon. In the text field on the next page, just write in, "Please mark thread as solved" and a mod will take care of it!

Report Thread

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