Post by deziloooooo on Jan 5, 2011 15:30:14 GMT -5
I had a thought, yep another one, what about "Proper Etiquette" besides the C of C, rules posted ..just common sense Little Courtesies that aren't a violation if not followed but just the thing to do, like opening a door for some one else, helping the little or big old lady cross the street if help seems to be needed. that kind of courtesy. The one I am thinking of is the 'Private corresponding feature" we have here. I picked up from another post that some one felt they had to go to a "guest " feature, because, and here I am reading between the lines and possible might be wrong , but I am assuming the member was getting unwanted messages with this feature.
I have gotten in the habit of first asking through the feature if a private message to them from me is acceptable. Usually it is and we go from that, though I did get a "No" on one , which was fine and we went on with our lives. I am suggesting that might be a courtesy one might want to consider. There might be others too that some might have a thought on..just a thought thus the thread.
Post by deziloooooo on Jan 5, 2011 17:23:52 GMT -5
nope and no we don't , but the "No " to me wasn't a problem, just went on..but I have been doing that before I send a private post..especially if it would be a post to some one that I might be having a back to back with , but I got into the habit as just common courtesy ...thus I brought it up. One here seems he must have had a problem as he went to "guest" which I noticed but hadn't a clue as to why, but after anothers post to, have a good idea of why.
I have never thought there was a reason to ask somebody if I could send a PM. If the person doesn't want to answer my PM I assume he won't. Obviously continually sending PMs that the other person is ignoring or indicates he doesn't want is not courteous, nor is sending mean PMs.
Post by deziloooooo on Jan 5, 2011 17:44:17 GMT -5
quote ..your correct..possible I am thinking if your contacting them over a despute that one might be having publickly and want to privatly discuss It one on one rather then in a public way..like airing dirty linen