Hello there; 4-bolt connections with butt plate and 8-bolt connections with butt plate, welded and bolted connections with head plate and joint joints transmit moment. Apart from this, the combinations of forehead guse, gusset and ridge also transmit moments. The general philosophy is moment transfer when both the beam head and body are rigidly connected to the column, that's how you can tell the joints. In slip joints, the connection is only from the beam body. For example, single slip plate joint, single and double angle joint, etc. After entering the combination in the program, viewing the perspective screen right-click analysis model - when you activate the element end freedoms, if you see a blue and green ring at the node point, you can understand that there is an articulated connection, and if you do not see any ring, it transfers torque.