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USER GUIDE
Mongey - do you want to know the rules of Mongey?

Read the guide to get to know Mongey’s rules (Updated on 20 May 2019)

 

CONTENTS

What do we value on Mongey?
How do you write an opinion on Mongey?
What are the values that make up the reputation score?
How many times can I write about or grade the same user?
What are circles and what are they used for?
What are “my surveys”?
What is a “special day” opinion?
What is a “one2one” opinion?
What are Mongey Surveys?
What are Messages?
What are the Rankings?
Don’t be malicious.
Don’t be crude.
Don't use Mongey to break the law.

 

 

 

What do we value on Mongey?

We value good manners and respect!

 

 

How do you write an opinion on Mongey?

On Mongey, opinions are “signed” and can be expressed both about users registered with our community and about non-registered users (indicating their: name, surname, profession and city). On Mongey, an opinion consists of: a written description, an image or photo if applicable, a link if applicable, and a grade (from 1 to 5) for the areas of friendship, love or work.

 

 

What are the values that make up the reputation score?

The reputation score is made up of the grades (from 1 to 5) given on users’ profiles for the three areas (friendship, love and work) as well as the grades (from 1 to 5) given within an opinion/experience, also for the three areas. An average of the three areas is then taken to obtain the reputation counter.

 

 

How many times can I write about or grade the same user?

You can input just one “signed” (normal) opinion per day for the same user. You can input just three “anonymous” (“one2one”) opinions per year for the same user. You can input a single “anonymous” (“special day”) opinion per day, during the special day, for the same user.

 

 

What are circles and what are they used for?

Circles are a useful tool for managing contacts on Mongey. They make it possible to group people into: family members, partners, friends, colleagues, acquaintances, famous people, people I’ve heard of, and no relationship. Circles are also useful in the “my surveys” function.

 

 

What are “my surveys”?

These are questions you can submit to one or all of your relationship circles, and the responses/and or grades will be “anonymous”. The aim is to receive honest opinions free from social and/or psychological conditioning, from circles that are anonymous yet controlled because, on creation of the survey, the circles will be chosen by you and therefore submitted to contacts who follow you.

 

 

What is a “special day” opinion?

This is a type of “anonymous” opinion expressed during a “special day”. The opinion will be visible to other users for just 24 hours, after which it will be permanently deleted from the Mongey platform. Examples of “special days” are: Valentine’s Day, Carnival, Halloween, etc.

 

 

What is a “one2one” opinion?

This is a type of “anonymous” opinion that will not be deleted like a “special day” opinion. Using this function means opening a “file” on someone, and it is therefore a serious and visible action. To avoid inappropriate anonymous messaging, each user is permitted just three “anonymous” “one2one” opinions per year and, in general, after opening numerous “one2one” files, even on different users, the platform will block the sender from subsequent use of this function and will also, in confirmed and serious cases, consider suspending the sender’s account.

 

 

What are Mongey Surveys?

These are surveys sent to the community by our editorial team in order to receive true and honest responses from our users on news and current affairs questions.

 

 

What are Messages?

When viewing someone’s profile, it is possible to use the “write messages” function, which enables you to send a private message to the person in question. Any replies will be visible in the Messages panel, accessible from the Home page screen.

 

 

What are the Rankings?

The Rankings show the top 20 users in the community. You can also see what position you are in, and there is a “search” function for finding and viewing the position and score of other users not in the Rankings.

 

 

Don’t be malicious.

Bullying is not allowed on Mongey. Do not defame, impersonate or abuse other people. Do not share personal information on other people, including addresses or telephone numbers. Hate speech aimed at any group of people will be removed from our services. This includes hate speech based on gender, sexual orientation, race, religion and ethnicity.

 

 

Don’t be crude.

You can use your photos on Mongey, but we do not allow opinions including images or language that are uncivil, impolite, violent, vulgar or pornographic.

 

 

Don't use Mongey to break the law.

Please do not post images to which you do not have the rights. If you are unsure, don't publish them. Do not post nude or intimate photos. Do not use Mongey to engage in or promote unlawful conduct. If you solicit minors for any reason or post sexually explicit images of minors, we will suspend your account and report you to the relevant authorities. Do not threaten violence: we could share your IP address, location and other information with law enforcement if we think you have threatened the safety of others. We may be under legal obligation to divulge your information if we receive a subpoena, court order or search warrant. We reserve the right to suspend accounts or remove content due to violation of these guidelines or for any reason but, in particular, to protect our users and the community. We take references to self-harm and eating disorders seriously. Any opinions that glorify these problems will be deleted. To find out more, please read: a) our ORANGE TEN COMMITMENTS; b) our TERMS OF USE; c) our PRIVACY POLICY.