Use case: Example terms of use

Below are a few tips that you're welcome to use, change, or expand upon for the terms of use feature.

Example terms of use

  1. Be recognizable for your colleagues
    Use your profile picture to give yourself a face and allow other colleagues to recognize you. With each employee’s personal profile, we create an internal networking and connect experts to each other.

  2. Communicate with respect
    Display respectful, friendly conduct towards others. We consider freedom of expression to be one of the basic manners of conduct and something that also belongs on Haiilo. Respect the opinions of others and never force your personal viewpoint on anyone. Insults, sexual innuendos, sexist or racist comments are prohibited and will not be tolerated by us as a company.

  3. Pay attention to the content of your posts
    The posts can be personal and work-related, but should relate to our company departments or promote team spirit (e.g., arranging joint activities during the lunch break or after work). Each employee is responsible for the content and publication of their own posts.

  4. Be careful when using pictures
    If you use pictures in Haiilo, please make sure that the people shown in them have agreed to the use of the picture. 

  5. Pay attention to copyright
    This applies to uploading and sharing files, images and texts. If you’re using other content that isn’t your intellectual property, always cite the source. What’s more, only the copyright holder is entitled to reproduce content.

  6. Pay attention to the content of your links
    Links to other posts in our platform, the Internet, or other IT systems are welcome. Please make sure that you are not linking to any unlawful, obscene, or defamatory material.

  7. Log out
    Haiilo offers you the possibility of mobile access to your data. Always ensure that you log out properly when you leave the platform. This is especially important if you’re accessing our portal on other people’s devices. 

Using external tools

Also, if you're using tools that, e.g., work with cookies, it's sensible to explain this to your users in the terms of use and obtain consent from them. Frequently used tools include Google Analytics and Matomo (formerly Piwik).

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