LinkedIn’s group managers now have highly granular control over the type of content requiring moderation, and they can determine the duration of a “trial period” by setting the number of days a new member has to be in the group before being able to post freely. The flexibility of this new tool will also apply to digest emails that group members have signed up to receive each week.
“Group managers and moderators can screen content submissions from new “Submissions Queue” under group’s Manage tab. From there individual content item can be deleted, approved, or moved to Promotions or Jobs. As manager evaluates content, individual contributor can be removed from the group, left in their current permission level, or allowed to post freely from that moment,” LinkedIn explained.
As a group member, you can always see pending group submissions by going to Activity page for the group and clicking “Pending Submissions”. Remember you can always get to groups’ “Activity” page from “More” dropdown in group’s navigation bar or by clicking own profile.
Users can also check submissions via convenient “View my pending comments” link located at the top of of any thread awaiting manager approval.