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What's Considered Spamming?

Spamming is when you share messages or content that is repetitive or excessively calls attention to yourself. Here are some examples of behaviors that may be flagged as spamming:

Sending several messages or posts in a row that don’t build upon each other
Asking for the same thing repeatedly instead of waiting for someone to respond
Commenting the same thing on a post several times
Sharing random or irrelevant messages that don’t provide obvious values to the community
Adding an excessive number of random emoji reactions to a post
Following and unfollowing too much in a short amount of time

To avoid spamming, it’s important to review each message before you send it and ask yourself whether your communication 1) follows the typical norms you see at Schoolhouse and 2) avoids unnecessary calls for attention.

Updated on: 23/06/2024

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