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Power of Us HUB Community Guidelines

Community Guidelines for the Power of US HUB

Power of Us HUB Community Guidelines

The Community Guidelines below have been created to help you get the most out of the Power of Us HUB. By utilizing the Power of Us HUB you are also subject to our Terms of Use.


What to do:

  1. Do be polite, constructive and stay on topic.

  2. Do search for questions similar to your own before submitting a new question to the community.

  3. Do reward helpful community members by “liking” their posts and answers.

  4. Do treat others as you would like to be treated.

  5. Do have meaningful & genuine interactions.

What not to do:

It is important to note that overstepping the boundaries outlined below may result in a disabled account, or discontinued access to the Power of Us HUB, without warning.

  1. Don’t spam.

  2. Don’t be rude.

  3. Don’t post any material which is knowingly false and/or defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, vulgar, hateful, harassing, obscene, profane, sexually oriented, threatening, invasive of a person's privacy, or otherwise violative of any law.

  4. Don’t self-promote or post a stand-alone solicitation of any kind, in any form.  Responses to posts with offers for products or services may be appropriate depending on the context.

  5. Don’t share any copyrighted content that you don’t have permission to share.

Reporting Inappropriate or Abusive Posts

The HUB is a diverse community, and you may come across content that you believe falls outside of our guidelines. If you are unsure about the content, you can report it by commenting on the offending post with the hashtag #notcool. Or you can click the “Feedback” button on any page to anonymously report an offensive comment or post on that page.

If you believe you will have trouble following these guidelines we’d suggest finding an alternative place to get your salesforce questions answered, as the Power of Us HUB  may not be the best place for you. We value these guidelines, and believe that they will help keep the Power of Us HUB a useful resource for everyone.

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Contributed by David Lea
First published April 28, 2017
Last modified May 2, 2017