Welcome to the Makerpad Community Forum! We’re so glad you’re here.
Here’s the TL;DR on how to get started and make the most of this community.
Familiarise yourself with our Community Guidelines.
Get oriented on the forum. Here’s an overview of the channels and how to use them:
- Introductions - Say hi and introduce yourself to our lovely members. Here's a quick guide on how to post an intro
- Discuss & Get Help - Have a burning question or need support figuring something out? Help lives here.
- Showcase - Show off what you’ve built.
- Events & Announcements - Follow this channel for all things happening at Makerpad, including updates and events for you to get involved with.
For PRO Members
- Member Discussions - Go deeper in your quest for no-code knowledge and skill-building.
- Knowledge Base [NEW] - A growing hub of education from the Makerpad team.
- Collab - Looking to collaborate with other no-code builders? Find them here.
- don't be an asshole
- don't spam
- Do not spam.
- Do not post or link to content that is abusive, hateful, or offensive.
- Do not post or link to content which is off-topic or disruptive of the discussion.
- Do not post or link to content that threatens or harasses others.
- Do not post or link to content that discloses private or personal matters concerning any person.
- Do not post or link to content that is sexually explicit.
- Do not post, link to, or otherwise direct users to advertisements or solicitations.
- Do not post or transmit any file that contains viruses, corrupted files, “Trojan Horses,” or any other contaminating or destructive features that may damage someone else’s computer.
- Do not post any material that violates the copyrights or other intellectual property rights of others.
- Do not impersonate any person, or falsely state or otherwise misrepresent your affiliation with a person or entity.
- Do not violate any other applicable law or regulation.
Community Conduct Guidelines
- Post clear, valuable, honest information.
- Be nice to others; do not attack others in the group.
- Use good grammar and check your spelling.
- Make your comments useful and informative.
- Make your post relevant to the Group.