@esjliv, I think the moderator term will need to be retired here as it is everywhere and no matter what will still create confusion for a long time. I am still wondering how many times I will say "Looks like a Moderator will need to look into this"
I think that would be a good idea.
agreed, which is why I was asking 'please don't do this".
CSA, CSA, gotta think CSA..make it your mantra.
"Customer Support Agent" will also be written as "Customer Service Agent", I am sure, as well.
I guess both are applicable here....I think 'service' is the better match for the 'ole Moderators.
But why nitpick, it is an improvement regardless.
Just weighing in on this belatedly. Actually, a Moderator is most frequently used to describe someone handling a meeting (read Chairperson); whereas, an Oracle is a person who can tell what will happen in the future; which for my money is pretty close to what is supposed to happen if the person posting the query follows the Oracle's advice.
A warm welcome to All CS-Agent..
Big Thanks and Big Change.
It is just a name change. Not that big a deal.... really!
But......please don't adopt it. For the real meaning of the word implies that "you have something to say, when yo have nothing to say" Not you!!