A Community Focused New Year
The new year also provides a fresh start to remind all users of the community guidelines. Community guidelines are the ground rules for participation that help users and community managers facilitate the experience. More than anything, we strive for myASQ to be a community that supports you in your career and your network. As a professional community, and as more users continue to connect and engage, we encourage and support informality in our interactions, but always with respect and courtesy for our colleagues. Comments viewed as personal attacks will not be tolerated and will result in the removal of both the comment and the user from the community.
To optimize the experience for all myASQ users:
- Review the community guidelines to understand the community purpose and expectations.
- Understand that community is about what you get and what you give: connect with others and learn from your colleagues, but also offer your support, thoughts, ideas, and expertise.
- If you see something, please say something. While there is active moderation of myASQ, users may catch questionable activity first. Use the Objectionable link in content areas or the Report Member link in the profile if you think activity is inconsistent with the community guidelines.
- Subcommunities that support the members of our traditional geographic and technical-based communities
- ASQ and community generated content offerings
- Opportunities for members to lead as community champions and content experts
- Increased automation and segmentation to enhance your user experience