Building good communities is more important then enforcing rules
Helping someone understand why rules exist is more important then telling them what the rules are
You don’t have to build your communities like you’re a company. You can just TALK to people.
DO be explicit about your community norms. DO use your moderation tools to enforce them where necessary. But for the love of god, don’t mistake rules lawyering for an actual community.
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Originally posted on April 08, 2017 at 07:43AM. [Tumblr direct link]
from my Tumblr blog: ferdifz.tumblr.com, posted on December 06, 2016 at 12:00PM. [direct link]
I’d love to have the Engage app, and use it on my main Twitter account.
Not that I’m a “celebrity”, but that yes at times (if not often) reading the Twitter timeline leaves me feeling quite upset.
…But thing is I don’t have an iOS device, and I loathe to get just one more gadget or replace any of the ones I already use, just for the “pleasure” of “engaging” a version of Twitter that’s somewhat less “upsetting”.
I’ll wait till they release an Android version. (Or a Web-app version, maybe…)
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Did any of you Tweeple notice this email, from The Twitter Team?———- Forwarded message ———-From: Twitter Date: Thu, Sep 2, 2010 at 2:02 PMSubject: Update: Twitter Apps and YouTo: –snip–@gmail.com Hi @erdina, Over the coming weeks, we…
Did any of you Tweeple notice this email, from The Twitter Team?