So, excuse yourself for interruption by smartphone. Given, proper netiquette in group situations. Don’t use your phone while others are talking to you.
Loud interruptions are unwelcome. So, ringer on silent sometimes for smartphones. Given, proper netiquette to use the setting to prevent noise.
Our resources are not unlimited. So, tasks to do time to do them on smartphones is limited. Given, proper netiquette to focus on one thing at a time.
To begin, we carry private info in our phones. Thus, our contacts are personal at the very least. Then, not to be shared publicly. As a result, certain level of privacy is required. So, no sensitive data on public screens of smartphones. Given, proper netiquette refrain from giving away private data. Hence, don’t let others […]
expecting social media updates leads us to check. So, set checker alerts on screens of smartphones. Given, proper netiquette to look appropriately.
To start, here and now is the present. So, in real life presence screen is cyber on smartphones. Given, proper Netiquette to stay engaged in reality.
First, we can do more with a new mobile device than an old pc. So, work hours on smartphones rest breaks too. Given, proper netiquette.
In the first place, long goes unread. So, short text messages for small screen smartphones. Given, proper Netiquette to send simple quick.