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Mo MalayeriTribe Team
Celebrating Human Connections

We have the list of sub-processors for both community data as well as our customers' data in our website.

To learn more about how we deal with subprocessors, you can refer to our Data Processing Agreement58.

Eli Tribe TEAM
Customer Support Manager at Tribe

In tribe communities, you can have your own Privacy Policies and Community Policies.

Privacy Policies informs your users of policies regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of personal data when they use your Service and the choices they have associated with that data. As a sample, you can use Our Privacy Policy for Tribe Technologies Inc.

In Tribe, we use member's data to provide and improve the Service. By using the Service, you agree to the collection and use of information in accordance with this policy. Unless otherwise defined in this Privacy Policy, terms used in this Privacy Policy have the same meanings as in our Terms and Conditions, accessible from https://www.tribe.so76.

Community Policies are the rules that you, as a community manager, define regarding the member's activities, questioning and answering rules, community moderator's scope of authority, etc.

You can use Tribe's Community Policies in your own community. You can also modify there policies to be more compatible with your community's goal. Some of our Community Policies that can be generalized are:

1. Questions should be sincere attempts to obtain reusable information

  • The primary intention of a question should be to obtain information, not to argue a point or make a statement.
  • Questions should not be used to promote a business or service.
  • Questions should encourage answers with explanation and should be as open-ended as possible. Limited-choice questions are not allowed.
  • Questions should not narrow the users who are invited to respond, and should not be directed at specific... (More)