Community Forum and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) RULES

The PhySense Community Forum and FAQ facilitate online discussion between users who are here to learn new information and help each other. Although the Forum and FAQ are designed to foster free exchange of ideas some moderating is required. Only registered users are able to post (registration is free & quick). The PhySense team will issue warnings to users that certain behavior is not allowed. Users who post inappropriate comments or offensive content that can have a negative impact on the online community will be banned.

Please follow these rules in order to create an atmosphere where everyone feels comfortable:

  • All information posted on the Forum and FAQ is used at your own risk. The validity of users’ suggestions is not checked or recommended by PhySense.
  • The forum is categorized by topics. Please post your questions or messages under the appropriate topic. Please use the ‘search’ function to find your answers. If you are still having problems, feel free to post your question.
  • If a comment is posted under a topic that is not appropriate, the PhySense team has the right to move the comment to another better suited topic.
  • The posting of any copyrighted material on PhySense web site is prohibited.
  • Advertising and spamming is not permitted, please keep all your posts as constructive as possible. If a user continues to create SPAM posts they will be banned! Sorry but the community doesn’t want SPAM. If you want to sell fake Ray-Ban sunglasses or flimsy umbrellas please advertise via appropriate online market place not here.
  • Posting inappropriate or offensive comments will not be tolerated and can lead to suspension or ban.
  • The PhySense team has the right to request alteration or deletion of any offensive post. If this is not done in a prompt manner, we’ll delete the post.
  • Profile photos are optional but when used must be in good taste. Images that are found to be inappropriate will be removed.
  • User’s display names should not be their email address. This is to protect user from spam bots.
  • Common sense. In the end, use common sense. Think to yourself “Is this annoying?” If the answer is yes, don’t post it.
  • When posting you agree that the PhySense team have the right to modify, delete, edit or close any topic at any time that they see fit. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.