Here at Spiff, we're striving to build a bustling platform where you can share best practices, tips and tricks, provide direct product feedback, network, and so much more!
In the spirit of the best and most productive use of your time, we ask that you follow these five guidelines on your way to a fantastic community experience:
Respect comes first
Keep your tone, language, and intent appropriate and positive. If you wouldn't say something to a fellow user's face in good faith, rethink posting that feedback in our community and how it can be reworded with the right attitude.
Stay on topic
We're here to chat about the world of sales commissions tracking and the role Spiff plays in this world. If you'd like to go off-topic, please visit the Community Chat forum to do so. We've also provided a set of labels for you to attach to your post in order for users to be able to filter out content quickly and accurately.
Use good judgment
If you see something that you feel doesn't belong in our community or negatively impacts user experience, flag it and our administrators will be sure to review it as soon as possible. Additionally, please feel free to email our team at firstname.lastname@example.org with a short description of what needs to be reviewed and we'll take a look right away.
We're aiming for this space to be a resource first and a repository for industry knowledge and best practices and to make that dream a reality we'll need you, our valuable members, to share your knowledge and leadership in the spirit of togetherness and mutual growth. Don't be shy!
Ask for help
To the previous point, if you need assistance - don't be shy! Our moderation team is here to help guide you through our many community features while our Spiff product experts and community member base have the bases covered when it comes to sales commissions and the role Spiff plays in this industry.
Note: Community managers or moderators may provide additional direction as needed to maintain a safe and welcoming environment for our members.