Question about the Masto backend for people who know more about Masto than I do Show more
@Lexnederbragt That's a good question
I'm the admin here but there isn't a tool on the admin panel for changing a user's username
I could go into the database manually and change the entry on the users table, but tbh I don't know if that would mess other things up, so I'm reluctant to do so
People who know more about Masto than me:
Will this bork my instance if I un-capitalize a user's name?
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