Ask. Share. Inspire.
The Showpad Customer Community is a place where enthusiasts sit together around a virtual picnic blanket and share thoughts, ideas, questions, and answers. Being constructive is key to creating a setting where everyone feels welcome. Understand that contributors play the picnic guitar tunes differently and we all benefit from hearing and learning something new. To help create a comfortable atmosphere, we made the following guidelines.
Wear your superhero costume
Helping someone creates positive reactions for everyone in our community. You can enrich others and yourself when knowing the answer to a problem. We all learn and grow from your "Aha; I know that!" flash. Yes, you are entitled to wear a cape while submitting your breakthrough.
Show your passion and share it with others. This is a great opportunity to be a thought leader and boost your professional reputation.
Unveil your superhuman identity
Secret profiles that hide your identity, associations and age disrupt our welcoming community. At Showpad, we keep it real and value transparency. There's no need to hide your contributor hero status with a funny hat. We all know that's a poor disguise anyway.
Be real, but with care
We allow a significant amount of freedom and welcome constructive interaction. We want to be sure that the community is respectful and accurate, so we will use moderation. This means that your contributions may take a few minutes to appear. We will also make sure no private information is included, just in case you forget and share an email address or other confidential information. The principal role of moderating posts is to protect you and everyone in this community.
Construct bridges with your powers
Constructive feedback helps encourage better communication. Understand why your fellow Showpad fans are here. Be compassionate when reading their questions and stories. Read your post or comment twice before hitting the green Post button. Everyone is entitled to have an opinion, even when you don't agree. Keep your comments related to the topic and do it politely without profane language. Be on the bright side of our community and don't intimidate, embarrass, or bully other contributors.
Honor the privacy of squad members
Sharing delicate information about yourself, customers, and other subscribers is not permitted. Making credit card numbers, social security numbers, and additional personal information publicly available is always a bad idea. Keep in mind that villains can access public communities. Protect yourself and others by not posting organization names, email addresses, passwords, and phone numbers.
Avoid undesired distress calls
We encourage you to send out your questions and legendary tales about Showpad features. If you see a similar post on the created topics, there is no need to create an additional thread. Spam disturbs the excellent working of our community. Promote how you figured something out, don't promote companies by creating commercial posts. Adult and sexually explicit content, links to unrelated information are not allowed. Keep malware and other poisonous artifacts out of this superhero universe.
Reveal a good version of yourself
We welcome everyone. We are all hero-contributors and we don't allow hatred toward groups of people based on their race, ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, and sexual orientation.
We highly appreciate you follow these guidelines and participate in this great resource. Enjoy working together to find solutions and learn from each other. All aboard this Showpad starship and welcome to the crew!
Ideas and suggestions
Feedback, comments, and suggestions about this community are always appreciated. Contact our support team by clicking the Help button below.
By participating in our community, you accept using these guidelines. Not following them can result in your post being deleted. Extreme violations may lead to account suspensions. We reserve the right to enforce, or not enforce, these guidelines in our sole discretion to keep the Showpad community a safe and user-friendly place.