Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct

Our community is a diverse community of people from many backgrounds, industries, countries, and cultures who choose to spend their time sharing their experiences with using Microsoft's Products and services. It is a central destination for education and thought leadership on best practices, product news, live events, and roadmap. Thanks for joining the Microsoft Tech Community. Learn more about how to Get Started.


We aim to make the Microsoft Tech community a safe and welcoming environment for everyone to join and engage in. To help us achieve this aim we need to ask you not to post links to content not owned or controlled by Microsoft, its suppliers, or vendors.


While we enable people to post attachments, scripts, and code as they can be helpful to solve problems in the community, users must take responsibility for running any code submitted to the site outside of official Microsoft channels. Users must also properly check all attachments for any personal information to be removed before attaching.


Where any aspect of this Code of Conduct conflicts with the Microsoft Terms of Use, the Microsoft Terms of Use will take precedence.


This is a community for everyone! So if you have feedback or ideas, please submit your Idea to our Community Ideas board.


This community is a big place and moderators cannot see everything. If you see any violation of these guidelines, please notify us within the community by choosing "Report Inappropriate Content" from the message Options menu and let us know why you feel the content is inappropriate.

If you have any questions about our guidelines, terms, or policies, reach out to the admin team.