[Learn more] Being a good user of the forums

We’re all here to keep evolving by learning, teaching, and growing together. Being a good user means:

  • We are patient with learners, including yourself. Don’t rush the learning process.
  • We learn collaboratively. We do not antagonize.
  • We act respectfully. Name-calling is not permitted.
  • We encourage one another. We never belittle others.
  • We confirm our work before sharing. We don’t give misinformation or misguide people.
  • Being accepting of all people.

To learn more about being a good user of the forums, visit our ‘Community Guidelines’ and ‘Getting Started’ guides.