As an admin of a subscription hub, I want to be able to manage the data (make rooms non-public; delete avatars, scenes, assets) of non-admin accounts, so that I can prevent trolls and uneducated users from spamming my Hubs homepage and (more importantly) from blowing up the data limit of my subscription.
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This is fantastic feedback! If I am understanding correctly, you are the admin of the server but you have not personally configured the subscription (meaning you do not have access to the content counter on the subscription dashboard).
Yes - exactly that. Thank you so much for clarifying!
When organizing social VR events or workshops, usually (at least in my experience) some (often not tech-savvy) finance supervisor signs up for a pro subscription in the background, while one or several admins handle the event. In a workshop situation, admins then want to grant as many permissions as possible to the users/participants, but I also want to be able to control - and delete if needed - the data users have uploaded. In Mozilla Hubs this especially affects avatars, scenes, and assets uploaded by users, as well as room settings.