We are passionate about fostering a community that sparks collaboration and enables active leaning to solve your biggest challenges, together. To keep the community safe and enjoyable for everyone, we ask that you follow a few basic rules:
 

Things to do 

Play nice. Be polite and respectful in your interactions with other members.  

Strive to add value to every discussion you participate in. Share insights, knowledge and experiences you come across.  

Ask questions at any stage. There’s no such thing as a dumb question.  

Support the other members. Be open to others’ perspectives; it’s never too late to learn. 

Enjoy your community. Be open to meeting new colleagues, hearing and learning from other members and renowned industry experts, and collaborate on solving your industry’s biggest challenges.  
 

Things not to do 

We’re here to support you. But if we discover you engaging in any of the behaviour below, we will take action. This may entail deleting your account with or without warning.  

Don’t harass other members. This is not a platform for users to harass, abuse, spam, impersonate, or intimidate others. Please be polite and respectful in your interactions with other members.  

Don’t violate users’ privacy. Keep discussions and viewpoints inside the community. We reserve the right to use and repost Axora Community content. However we will not associate names or companies with this content, unless asked so by a member of the Axora team. 

Don’t use hate speech. We have a zero-tolerance policy towards attacks on a person or group based on, but not limited to, race, ethnicity, nationality origin, religion, disability, disease, age, sexual orientation, gender, or gender identity. 

Don’t spam. Whether it’s posting unwanted and off-topic messages or duplicating content, we will remove spam and spammers. 

Don’t plagiarise. Discussion must be your own. You are welcome to quote from a source and share resources, but please be sure to cite it. Respect other people’s intellectual property.  

Don’t use this as a sales channel for your company. That’s not what the community is here for. Overly promotional content may be deleted without warning.