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Community Rules & Guidelines

  • 17 July 2020
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Karbon Community is a space for Karbon users to discuss, learn, share experiences and inspiration. Your engagement will help to make the Community a valuable resource for you and other accountants all around the world.

Help us influence the future of this community by choosing to engage in discussions that make this forum an interesting place to be – and avoiding those that do not.

These Community Guidelines will remind us all how to act within the community and also to understand what to expect from others in this space.

 

Respect others

While we appreciate the opinions of all and a healthy debate, we still want to keep a welcoming environment. In order to maintain this for all users, your participation should always be constructive and respectful of others.

Please refrain from posting anything unlawful, libelous, defamatory, inflammatory, obscene, pornographic, racist, indecent, lewd, harassing, threatening, harmful, invasive of privacy or public rights, or abusive content.

 

Avoid off-topic discussions and intentionally derailing discussions 

For the benefit of all, please stay on topic. Please refrain from discussing personal matters, abusing any company or product. Do not post any information that you do not wish to make public, any information that you post cant be obtained and used by others. You post at your own risk.

 

No commercial advertisements, spam  or soliciting

We encourage you to use this community to share what you’re working on, ask questions, answer questions, and give and ask for feedback. However please do not use this group to solicit content, products or services.

 

Content published by users

The Karbon Community team may, at their sole discretion, move certain comments and content to a more appropriate heading, highlighting a particularly relevant response as well as remove an inappropriate discussion or content.

 

Removing content / banning users

In order to protect the positive experience members, Community Managers have the right to remove content from the Community if it is necessary. The same goes for restricting access to the community (banning users).


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