First off, welcome to the community, we're thrilled you have joined us!
👋 Wave hello to your fellow Unstacks by introducing yourself in #welcome
⚡️ Engage in casual conversation in #watercooler
👀 Check out what others have shared in #sharing
In this article
When to use it
|#welcome||Introduce yourself to fellow Unstackers, say hello to new community members, and network.||
Post once when you first join and comment on others' hello posts
|#watercooler||Engage in casual conversation with fellow Unstackers, start conversations, and more.||Any day! Jump on in to ask a question, run a poll, or share what you did over the weekend. (See: appropriate content)|
|#sharing||Share content you have created whether it be a blog, case study, new website, or more.||Up to three times per week, and all content must follow our appropriate content guidelines.|
|#design||Ask design questions, get site feedback, or raise a poll.||Whenever you've got a design question!|
|#promote||Got a side-hustle/webinar/event you'd like to promote to others? Share it here.||Up to once per week, and posts should follow our promotional guidelines.|
|#milestones||Share Unstack-related milestones like traffic, CRM contacts, and more.||Whenever you use a new feature you love, hit a new traffic goal, or post your first blog!|
|#feature-requests||Wanting to see something new in Unstack? Raise it here.||Whenever—we're all ears.|
|#community-support||Have a quick question? Drop it here to get help from fellow Unstackers and non-support team members.||Whenever—give and take.|
Although we will outline the content that would usually be deemed appropriate, we always will hold the ability to make a decision at our own discretion.
Content Type: The content being shared outside of the #promote channel should be informational, beneficial, and focused on adding value. It should not directly push the reader to sign up or buy something.
Explicit Content: Explicit content will never be allowed in the community. Usage of swear-words, hate speech, adult imagery, or anything else which would, by a reasonable person, be deemed "explicit" or "unfit for the general public" shall be grounds for immediate removal from the community.
Channel of Distribution: Content shall always be published in its rightful channel and that channel should always be public. DM's are not allowed unless someone, within a public channel, gives you permission to DM them.
Private Channels and DMs
- DM-ing is not allowed unless the other person specifically provided permission for the DM to happen within a public channel.
- Private channels may only be created and moderated by an Unstack team member.
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