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Tribe Home Community Guidelines


Through our Tribe Home Community Platform, we aim to provide helpful, relevant content to the residents of our communities.

Content that you submit should be useful and based on your own honest opinions and experience.

Tribe Home Community Guidelines

Respect Others

In order to maintain a welcoming, inclusive environment for all users, your participation in the Community must always be respectful of others. In particular:

  • Post or message users with content that is useful and considerate. Refrain from posting anything that could be considered libelous, defamatory, harassing, threatening or inflammatory. We will not tolerate the use of obscenities or profanity, hatred or intolerance for people on the basis of race, ethnicity, nationality, gender or gender identify, religion, sexual orientation, age, or disability
  • Respect others’ privacy. Only share phone numbers, email addresses, unit numbers or other personal information if you have permission
  • Only post links that are safe and secure. Don’t post links to phishing or other malware sites.
  • Limit the number of messages you send. Repeatedly sending unwanted messages can lead to resentment and hostility with neighbours. If a resident asks you to stop communicating with them, please respect their wishes
  • Allow others to voice their opinions. Everyone deserves to be heard
  • Be respectful. Name-calling or attacking people based on information they have shared is unacceptable

Tribe has zero tolerance for inappropriate behavior

If content is posted on The Loop that you believe is in violation of our Terms of Service or Community Guidelines, please report the post by clicking on the menu of any Loop Post and select Report this post, provide details on why it should be removed, and the content will be reviewed by our Community Team and actioned accordingly.

Should one of your Loop Posts be reported and is in violation of our Terms of Service or these Community Guidelines, an immediate removal of the offending post or comment will take place along with an email to the offending resident with one of the consequences outlined below:

  1. Warning – should a second offence occur in the future, a deactivation of access to Tribe Home for a period of one (1) month
  2. Immediate deactivation of access to Tribe Home for a period of three (3) months
  3. Immediate and permanent ban of access to Tribe Home

To view the software Terms of Use & Privacy Policy, please click here