Smartphone netiquette for turning the ringer on and off. Some people are more important than the situation. So, ringer on. However, ringer on silent sometimes for others.
For peak performance of our smartphones, tablets, and wearables. During the times we are using electronics. It is good Netiquette to uninstall apps not used. Do remove software you don’t use. Delete programs we do not need.
Battery power charging for laptops gets our computer ready. It follows, we need electricity for our devices. Also, power sources are rechargeable. Given, proper netiquette to keep be prepared. As a result, do charge low batteries.
College party netiquette for social distancing pandemic pictures for school students, teachers, and staff. Refrain from uploading images of groups. Create content related to our online education.
Freemiums are free apps installs. Fee to upgrade after download. No cost introduction. It follows, we need an introduction before we use a program. Often, we research reviews or tips. Given, good netiquette to test software. As a result, take the free trial period.
Many of us wait till the last minute to do assignments. A dangerous game. Do homework as soon as possible for class. Good netiquette to turn in tasks on time.
A lot of back and forth messages are not productive. Answer possible questions for work email. Given, proper netiquette to address potential issues. As a result, do include information you think may be asked about. Given, efficient.
First, be nice and polite. So, excuse yourself for interruption by smartphone. Just like our conscious tells us to with our Golden Rule in mind. Given, proper netiquette in group situations. Don’t use your phone while others are talking to you.
We have to discuss a problem in order to get to the core issue of the matter. So, threads stay on topic for class discussions. Given, good netiquette to stay on the subject. Don’t change discussion issues in a thread.