Great to see you here! We know one would generally speed through these lines and not pay attention, but we would like you to be patient and read through this short debrief of what our community is about and lay some common standards.
Let’s go straight to the point and keep it short, but if something is not clear or you have feedback we’d love to hear from you.
These guidelines are meant to briefly diagram our:
Community Principles & Values
Dive is an exclusive audio-space for professionals of all industries. Members can create, join or schedule audio-rooms for live discussions, sharing insights and learnings about their career or industry, and collaborating on new ideas.
Any interaction and discussion though heated is done with the highest respect and empathy and we expect all members of the community to take care of this and other values Dive promotes.
As a community member, we ask you to help us foster an authentic and cohesive environment. Treat all other community members with respect and keep in mind that it is ok to have differences in opinion or belief. All members are expected to embrace and respect the following Community Principles:
Please refer to our Community Principles for a full description of the values that rule our community.
If you don’t agree or can’t follow these simple principles we kindly ask that you don’t apply for access or consider participating in our community.
Dive encourages you to be unapologetically yourself and share your value with the community. Though you are invited by trusted members, please check the following grid to know if this is a space for you:
You'll thrive in the community if:
We won't jive if:
How will Dive enforce them? Tools / Safety
As we seek to cater for a community of high professional value, we believe members have the responsibility to take care that our Principles and typical etiquette are respected. The Dive team will support the community by actively monitoring the audio and chat rooms but most importantly give the tools to the community to help moderate and report the issues.
Not complying with our Community Principles, our Terms of Service or other applicable guidelines or terms, or any applicable law may result in getting banned from rooms, deleted content, disabled accounts, or other actions deemed appropriate. If you come across content or accounts that may be in violation of any of our guidelines or terms, please let us know by making a report to Customer Support via email at email@example.com or by using the in-app reporting tool, so that we can review the alleged transgression, and take appropriate action.
The Content team will be lurking (and maybe participating) in public conversations to make sure the content is appropriate, truthful and professional; banning users and rooms that do not conform to the above guidelines. If you do choose to have a private conversation and create a closed room for your invitees we will not monitor your talks, though we will be alert to act upon reports.
Hosts have the tools and responsibility to decide who can speak and who can stay in the room:
Everyone has the power to decide who they interact with:
As said (not bad to repeat this), if you come across content or accounts that may be in violation of any of our guidelines or terms, please let us know:
Temporary audio recording: Solely for the purpose of supporting incident investigations, we temporarily record the audio in a room while the room is live. If a user reports an incident while the room is active, we store the audio for the purposes of investigating the incident. If no incident is reported in a room, we delete the temporary audio recording when the room ends. Audio from (i) muted speakers and (ii) audience members is never captured, and all temporary audio recordings are encrypted.
Roles and activities
It’s simple, people create a room and host a discussion, take part in a conversation or listen to interesting insights. These are the different ways you can participate:
Sharing the experience --- how to spread the word, who to invite
Dive is not a tool, Dive is a community, a forum where to discuss ideas and get to know each other, find new opportunities, learn and share. We do believe that such a place can only be achieved with our members' help, not only abiding and looking after our Community Principles but also selecting and helping us curate the newcomers. Dive is a closed community of hand-picked individuals and we intend to keep it that way (at least until an AI outsmarts us), so there are two ways to become a member, invitation or cold-application:
As our trusted member you have the power to invite other like-minded people to join us, we believe that you will hold your invitees to the same high standards you respect and hold other members to.
Upon validation of your account we’ll provide you with a set of invitational codes you’ll find in your account view on the left side of the screen. These are unique codes to be used once per invite and you will receive a limited amount of them. We urge you to be thoughtful of the people you invite. Think of the people you admire, of those who strive to learn and self-develop, those who will bring value to the community.
If you need more invites, you can send a request to the Dive Team by sending an elaborated email of why we should provide you with more invites to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Profiles will show who has invited you to join the community. This works to appreciate valuable new members and be mindful of who you are inviting to our beloved community.
As a rule of thumb non-referred users will not be accepted as members, but we will consider applications in due time.
We are here to be better each time, Dive wants to create the best environment for such a valuable community, so please tell us what you think and things we could do better. You can do this through:
And if you like our app do give us a review in the Stores … don’t read this if you don’t like it. Kidding aside we love to hear from you.
Finally, please keep in mind this quick legal note on our Community Guidelines, violations, and how we may enforce them: