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Evernote Discussion Forum Code of Conduct
 
Report any posts you feel contradict our policies by using the "Report post" feature and Evernote staff will review the reported content.
 
Any violation of these rules are grounds for a warning and, depending on the violation, may result in a permanent ban at the discretion of Evernote staff.
 
  1. Do not post messages that are obscene, vulgar, sexually-oriented, hateful, threatening, or otherwise in violation of any laws. In addition, trolling, threats, personal insults, and name calling are not allowed.
 
  1. Do not post content that violates a copyright. This includes any content that might be in violation of Evernote's Trademark and Brand Guidelines.
 
  1. Do not use the forums to promote or sell your product, service, or business unless it is relevant to the forum thread, you are an Evernote Certified Consultant, or you have prior approval from Evernote staff.
 
  1. Do not provide instructions or advice that you know to be incorrect, intentionally misleading, or harmful.
 
  1. Do not attempt to create the impression that you are an Evernote employee, nor imply that you are providing Evernote support in an official capacity.
 
  1. Do not post content containing personal or private information, such as activity logs, names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, credit card information, etc. This is for your security and protection.
 
  1. Do not double post (post the same message twice in one thread) or cross post (place the same message across several forums).
 
  1. Do not interrupt someone else’s thread in an attempt to change the topic or request support for a different issue. If you have a different issue, find the appropriate thread or create a new one for the issue you’re encountering.
 
  1. Do not chastise new users/newbies for asking questions or posting comments that may already be answered elsewhere. We get new users in the forums every day.
 
  1. Do not post hollow or useless replies, such as simply 'lol', ‘cool', 'first post', etc. Only post responses when you have something to contribute; otherwise use the ‘like’ button.