Release 68 comes with a revamp of how lot and decoration permissions work. For lot permissions, the most significant change was to promote "Tenant" from a game mode to a full fledged access level that resides between Guest and Kindred on the access hierarchy. Players who used the old "Tenant mode" will see the restrictions for stacking and agriculture removed. They gain the ability to place vendors, and can move any decoration on the lot. The tenant-specific storage management feature has been removed. The plan is to replace it with a more general item management tool that will be usable for all access levels. (You may have heard Chris allude this coming feature in the live streams.) The most significant change for decoration permissions is the added permission for moving an item -- without being able to take it. Players with Kindred access can now move any item on the lot, even if they don't have the privilege level to take the item. Also, you can change the move-only privilege level on an item to "Public" access. So the general public can come on your lot and move the item - but not take it. The last change of note is the semantics of the act of placing a decoration on a lot. Previous to this release, placing a decoration on a lot owned by another player meant an implicit trade to the owner of the lot. Starting in release 68, placing an item on lot means you are sharing the item with each of the players who have Tenant access and above on that lot. Decorations shared into a lot are owned by the collective, not the individual. The game does track who placed the decoration. The player who places a decoration can mark the item "Private", which prevents another player from taking the item. In an event where the lot contents are sent to the bank, the collective is essentially disbanded and items are disbursed to the players who placed the items. The contents of chests are sent to the bank of the player who placed the chest. The goal of these changes is to facilitate collaboration between players when decorating a house. Deferring the "trade" event until the decoration is picked up (instead of when it is placed) opens the potential for greater sharing of items for decorating. Future releases will build on these changes to be sure. Check out the live streams for more hints on where this is going. EDIT: Changed "Add Content" access to Kindred.