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    Patrick Schwarck commented  · 

    Well, an Admin's job is to administrate a (IT-)System. If the jobs needs him to enter such chats, he has to be able to do it. Same thing with email: If an admin "has to" open emails, e.g. because the CEO, with the OK by employee organization, or anyone else in charge, made him do so, he has to be able to do so. No Loopholes.
    So, to me it is out of question IF he can do it, i do care more about "how" he can do it. I was reading about a process like: "When you join the channel xyz, you are breaking usage guidelines" and the Channel gets a (visual?) response, that someone, not invited is joining, and THIS can not simply been edited by the admin.
    Use cases might be: suspicion of fraud, compliance rules, mobbing, what so ever...
    This is how enterprise systems should work for me.

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    Patrick Schwarck commented  · 

    I would extend this to showing the number of used hashes. This could lead to a "hot list" , which could attract users to given topics.

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    planned  ·  Katie Wiersgalla responded

    We are currently looking at bringing the features of the Wrangler plugin into the core product to solve the use cases of:

    1. Moving a message or thread to another channel
    2. Attaching a message to an existing thread

    You can follow progress here as we start design soon: https://mattermost.atlassian.net/browse/MM-35848

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