Last updated: December 1, 2023

Our mission at ClubsAll is to extend community, a sense of belonging, and empowerment to everyone. Being a Moderator for the clubs here provides you a pivotal role in realizing this mission--standing on the frontlines with their creativity, decision-making skills, and passion to build exciting spaces for ClubsAll users. This Code of Conduct allows us in stating our expectations, as well as help you develop your club rules to foster a healthy community. Our goal is to make sure that you and your communities feel safe and supported.

We also expect moderators to abide by our User Agreement, as well as make concerted efforts to report/remove violating content in their clubs.

Rule 1: Build and Maintain a Stable Community

Moderators should set community/club rules that allow for positive engagement. Being a moderator also means that you actively maintain a community to abide by these rules. This also means that rule-breaking content or behavior should never be approved, encouraged, or enabled. This includes content such as posts, comments, and rules.

Rule 2: Set Appropriate Expectations

ClubsAll users should know what to expect when they join your club. It is important that the club and its rules are transparent in order to maintain the dynamic engagement among ClubsAll users. In order to accomplish this, moderators can do the following:

  • Provide a clear and succinct description of your community interests and topics.
  • Properly label posts, particularly those with graphic, sexually-eplicit, or offensive content.
  • Create rules that help your community members to understand what is or isn't permissible within your club.

Rule 3: Respect other Communities

Your club should not be used to coordinate or encourage harassment or interference in other communities or specific ClubsAll users. Moderators cannot interfere with or disrupt clubs, nor can they facilitate, encourage, coordinate, or enable members of their clubs to do this. Some examples of such behavior are the following:

  • Mentioning other clubs with the effect or intention of inciting target harassment.
  • Encouraging club members to post content in other clubs that is stated against their rules.
  • Showing off to other clubs about being banned, with the intention of inciting negative reactions.

Rule 4: Be Active and Engaged

It is important for clubs, whether big or small, to be consistently moderated. This ensures that issues are being addressed and the community members feel safe.