GUIDELINES FOR PROTECTING ONMIC COMMUNITY CULTURE

To protect the community norms and build a good communication environment on OnMic, we have several features for users to deal with bad behavior immediately.

  1. The host has the right to kick a member out of the room

To help the host manage the room and ensure no one in the room behaves badly or breaks community rules, OnMic empowers the host to kick members out of the room. If a member is kicked out of a room, he/she cannot return to the room. Here is the tutorial:

1/ Click on the offending member’s avatar

2/ Click on [Manage]

3/ Click on [Kick out]

2. Identify fake accounts

To avoid being scammed, please identify official accounts of OnMic Administrators, hot Youtubers, Tiktokers by the following way: an official account is the account with a yellow V mark verified by OnMic. Accounts without the yellow V mark are fake accounts.

3. Report members in violation

In order to improve the efficiency of dealing with offending members, please provide reasons for reporting and attach corresponding screenshots. Reports with irrelevant screenshots or screenshots for the wrong reason will not be processed, so remember to take screenshots of that member’s bad behavior, words, or images.

1/ Take screenshots of that member’s offending behavior, words, or images

2/ Click on the member’s avatar, select the “three dots” (ios)/exclamation mark (android)

3/ Select [Report], then select the type of violation, add corresponding screenshots, and enter the details of the reason for reporting.

NOTE: THE SCREENSHOT IS A PICTURE SHOWS VIOLATIONS OF THE PERSON YOU ARE GOING TO REPORT.

4. Send bug reports and suggestions to OnMic Administrators

If you have any suggestions or error reports, please go to the OnMic Club, and then post or send messages in the [Feedback] section. OnMic Administrators will deal with your problems or suggestions as soon as possible.

Or you can send email directly to us: support@onmicapp.com

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