Recently I tried to report players for teaming but I didn't have time to start recording so I took screenshots instead. I would usually record because I'm a youtube myself but sometimes you don't have time to start recording because you are in the middle of fighting the teamers and that doesn't mean that the teamers should get away with it. Also the first person to comment on my report was a staff member and they locked and denied my report! Here is what they said... ____________________ Report denied. To be able to report teaming, you need to provide video proof. Thanks though! Please read this next time, before reporting a player https://www.cubecraft.net/threads/player-reporting-guidelines-and-formating.136047 Locked. ____________________ I find this extremely unprofessional and unfair to the person that spent their time reporting them just to have their report locked and denied. Also this means that the teamers got away with this and they didn't even get a warning. I suggest a new way of using reports instead of just locking them because they didn't take a video and used multiple screenshots instead. (I don't expect teamers because it's against the rules so why would my recording software always be ready every time I play) Here is my suggestion: Instead of locking the report and denying all evidence you should still be able to use the post but just in a different way then you would use a post with video footage. If someone is able to show you the in game name of the player/players and is able to show you an example or preferably multiple examples (multiple screenshots) instead of a video the players that were reported should be on a watch list. Even though you wouldn't have 100% proof you would have a good idea that the player reported was doing something wrong. Using the watch list you could monitor the forums to see if there gamertag appears again in a new post or in multiple new posts and even if none of those new posts have video footage but have multiple screenshots on the same subject you could then decide if the player would get a warning. (Also posts about the same player doing the same thing, in this case teaming, should have to come from different players so you know one person does't just want a player to be banned and is setting them up) Another alternative to watching them on the forums is just to have a staff member check up on them while they are online to see if they are teaming. I suggest the staff member being invisible (in spectator mode) so the player on watch doesn't act differently because they know they are being watched. Finally if you want another alternative instead of the two ones I suggested above you can always just confront the player and ask (if they are honest the punishment would be less). The reason having a watch list would be good is so players don't need to always be prepared with a recording software set up while they are playing. If players have a recording software set up then they probably won't be playing for fun and they would just be playing to find and report cheating players. This means you would have less players reporting cheaters meaning it would be easier for people to cheat making the server less fun for people to play on. Having a more simple way for players to report cheaters on the spot if they don't have time to set up a recording would make it easier to get rid of more cheaters on the server. After all, every player has a screenshot button but the majority of players wouldn't be able to record. Thanks for reading this suggestion and I hope it will help the server have less cheaters by making it easier for players to report cheaters on the spot. If you have any questions on this suggestion ask me down below I'll respond as soon as I see it.