Subscriber Containers

Written by SoulLink.

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The subscriber container is a way to have content written directly within an article to only be displayed for one specific subscriber group. They are faster to use than secrets, but less flexible.   The BBCode tag of the container for a specific group can be copied from the subscriber group seen below.
  Alternatively, it is possible to get subscriber containers with the guild mention system. Just add a [ and then type at least three letters of the subscriber group name.
  The subcontainer can now be filled in with content. Only members of that group will be able to access this content.
This is where the hidden content is added. You can use any BBCode here as you wish. 
It is only visible to the viewers with the specified subscriber group.
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