In order to add your old Forum or Bulletin Board to the BB Archive, you need to subscribe. Of course, you can subscribe and create a new forum too. However, at this time we have many different types of subscription levels available. Therefore, we shall look at each one in detail.
Firstly, we have the basic subscription which is the Copper Membership. In short, this subscription level allows members to operate a Forum or Bulletin Board here on the BB Archive. Once you join at this level, tell us what sort of forum you want and we will activate it. However, you become the owner and administrator. We recommend that you use either phpBB or SMF (Simple Machines Forum).
Secondly, this subscription level allows members to add an existing Forum or Bulletin Board to the BB Archive. This is ideal should you have a forum that you can no longer maintain but wish to keep it online. In this case, we recommend locking it. However, you can keep the forum active as long as you are willing to maintain it.
Thirdly, this subscription gives the same as the Bronze Membership and Copper Membership Levels. In other words, you can mothball a forum while creating a new one. Both can remain active of course.
Fourthly, this subscription level gives members the ability to add two existing forums to the BB Archives. Obviously, the option to create a new forum is there too. All forums can remain active should you so wish.
Finally, if you choose this subscription level you can add up to five existing forums to the BB Archive. Of course, you can also create a new forum here too. All forums can remain active but they obviously will need a degree of maintenance.
When you subscribe to the BB Archives, you are never on your own. Indeed, there is support available. Obviously, the team here will need to interact with you in the beginning. This is because, we need to set up your account. Then, if you wish to create a forum, we need some details in order to do this.
Obviously, if you wish to add your old, existing forums to the BB Archives, we need to do this. In short, only the staff here are able to access the databases etc. Therefore, in the beginning, there will be up to two hours support which should be enough.
BB Archive Forum
In some circumstances you may need a little extra help, therefore we have the BB Archive Forum. Basically, it is a help forum should you need further help. Obviously our staff manage it, but it is a public forum, so anyone can join in and offer assistance.
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