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What is a classroom in Questin?

The classroom is a repository of subjects offered by a particular college.

How to search member?

Website: Navigate to create network block to find a user. Now send them request to get connected.

Mobile: On the profile tab, navigate to "My Network". Go to invite fragment and search user to send connect request.

How to get a list of user/member for sending the friend request?

Website: Navigate to create network block to find a user. Now send them request to get connected.

Mobile: On the profile tab, navigate to "My Network". Go to invite fragment and search user to send connect request.

How to view my assignment page?

Website: Goto college resources, then navigate to subjects. After landing on the detail page of the particular subject, navigate to assignments and view all the assignment listed for the particular subject.

Mobile: Navigate to classroom module and visit the respective subject. Now navigate to the assignment tab and view all the listed assignments.

Designing you group; logo, short description, " Info" tab?

The members are not constrained but advise to use relevant details as per the group. .

What is the guideline for posting an image.

Image rights guidelines for QUESTIN Groups:

As a QUESTIN Groups user, you are solely responsible when posting images. Always make sure you observe third-party rights and are permitted to post an image because you created it yourself, have been granted utilization rights by the creator, or are sure that it is a freely available work. Also, make sure you always state the source or creator of any image material you use. Should you come across a violation of your image material in a group, please contact the QUESTIN team via the contact form and also submit your proof of copyright. We'll then look into the issue on your behalf. As a group moderator, you're not responsible for the content (including image material) of posts in your group. Should a member report a copyright violation to you, please check whether the violation is indeed unlawful and, if it is, remove the content. If you're unsure about any of this, feel free to contact the QUESTIN team via the contact form.

What is the code of conduct for moderators?

Moderators are aware of and respect QUESTIN's General Terms and Conditions.

Responsibilities: Moderators are (always) the point of contact in the event of a violation of the code of conduct and extensions to individual rules for specific groups. In the event of arguments, attempts should be made to clarify them on a personal level. QUESTIN will not mediate or discuss personal conflicts arising between moderators and members. Moderators are at liberty to introduce more rules in addition to this code of conduct and the GTC. If a moderator does so, they are required to let members know about these additional rules in advance. Moderators are prohibited from receiving any form of remuneration from members. Groups are not the moderator's property and cannot be sold by said person. Moderators are required to immediately delete any group posts that violate the GTC or individual group rules. If the discussion deviates too far from the original post or thread, moderators are at liberty to choose whether to move or close a thread. QUESTIN reserves the right to delete single or several posts and/or comments, e.g. crossposting which involves posting the same content in several different groups. There may be no discussion as to the validity of deleting comments.

Moderators assume an active role in the group they moderate. In the event of prolonged lack of activity on the part of the moderator, QUESTIN reserves the right to close the group or appoint someone else as moderator. Any conflicts between members will generally be handled by moderators without the involvement of QUESTIN. Moderators are not required to tolerate persistent inappropriate behaviour directed at themselves or the group. Members can be warned or banned from groups. Warnings and bans are not made public.

Can resource be shared between multiple colleges?

No, the resource cannot be shared between multiple colleges. If the college makes their resources public then it can be view on the Questin Resource page.

What are club & society? How is it different from college event?

Club & society are college level group which are monitored by faculty in general. These groups are equivalent to the houses/ clubs in the school and college, which are fixed and have the perpetual lifespan. Whereas college events are activities which have form some specific period during a calendar year. After the completion of College event, the event page can cease to exist.

Wrong number listed in emergency contact. Where to report?

Report to Quesin Team or College Admin.