vTag: Community Guidelines
Welcome to the vTag family!
We’ve created vTag with you in mind... and it really is all about you!
We’ve made it our business to bring people together in new, fun, and exciting ways. vTag is a place to express yourself, it’s a place to create, and it’s a place where you can safely share positive vibes with an empowering community.
vTag is for being sociable, being creative, but most importantly, being unapologetically you. To make sure that all of our users are getting the most out of vTag, we’ve come up with a few guidelines to ensure that the app remains a safe and welcoming space for everyone.
What You Can Do
Positive Vibes Only
We’re a community of users, a family, and a big group of friends. We’ve got no time for negativity. Be supportive and kind towards other users and expect others to be kind and supportive towards you. By that we mean don’t use vTag to broadcast hate. Things like racism, sexism, bullying, and abusiveness towards others aren’t cool and there’s no place for them in our community.
If you come across any abusive content or users, please block them and, if you think we need to, let us know. You can find out how to do that on our help page.
Positive vibes only, please ❤️
Be the CEO (of your own content)
We’re all about 🔥 content and we love to see how our tech is being used to create fun vTags and videos. You’re in complete control of what you make and how you make it. Whether you’re a fashionista or a lip-sync specialist, you’re the CEO of your own content.
The best way to own your content is to experiment with all the different features in the app and find what works best for you. Try new styles, animations, and challenges – oh and remember! We love to hear your thoughts and opinions, so you can drop us a line or DM us on social and we will always listen to what you’ve got to say.
Be Socially Responsible
vTag is a platform for being your best creative self and it’s definitely not for things like criminal or questionable activities... like illegal content sharing, so keep it legal and keep it ethical.
If you suspect that vTag is being used for questionable or criminal activity, you can report it to us by following the steps outlined on our help page.
vTag Community Guidelines
Being Unapologetically You
People come in different shapes and sizes… which is why our avatars do too! We think that you’re a beautiful person inside and out, so we’ve given you six avatar slots to get creative and share your beautiful personality with the vTag community.
Whether you’re showcasing your style or telling your story, there are plenty of different ways that you can use vTag to get your message across. Just remember that our policy is not to allow any username that could cause offense or confusion, so no rude words or similar!
Also remember that while vTag is all about creative expression, avoid using the app to mock others. Singling out an individual or a group of individuals could be perceived as bullying and is definitely not the positive vibe that our community deserves.
Age Limits in vTag
You should be over 16 to use vTag. Please keep in mind that not all users will be over the age of 18, and therefore, some content might not be appropriate for these users.
Behaviour in vTag
As we’ve already mentioned, vTag is a place for creativity, positivity, and self-expression. We expect our users to respect each other. This means no bullying, abuse, racial or religious extremism, or anything else that might cause offense to others.
The simplest way to think about it is; if you wouldn’t say it to someone’s face, don’t share it with them in a vTag.
Just like IRL, you might encounter people who don’t want to be nice to others. Unlike the real world, you can tap a few buttons and you can block them out of your vTag life forever. If you think that we need to know about it, you can also report them and we’ll investigate it good and proper.
Safety in vTag
Some vTag features require you to go out into the real world...
- Make sure that you stay vigilant when collecting vTags from the map: Only ever go out to find content when you know the sender.
- Don’t use vTag while driving: It’s against the law to use your phone while you are driving a vehicle, and doing so makes it likely that you will cause an accident.
- Be aware of your surroundings: Keep an eye on what’s going on around you while using vTag, avoid using the app while crossing roads, and make sure that you can safely and legally travel to the vTag location.
What Happens If You (or Others) Don't Follow These Guidelines?
Just like the real world you might come across some people who don’t want to be nice to others, put the safety of others at risk, or generally like to break the rules.
What can you do about it?
First of all, we recommend that you block them… cancel them right out of your vTag life. You can find out how to do this on our help page. Once you’ve blocked them, they won’t appear in your contacts list anymore, but if you have a change of heart, you can always unblock them later on.
If you think that we should know about a user’s behaviour, then you can report them to us and we will look into it. If you’ve been reported, we’ll give you a chance to make things right, but if you don’t we reserve the right to take further action, including account suspension.
If you’d like to find out more about this process, you can read our terms and conditions here.
Get in Touch
We’re a community-driven app and we’re dedicated to giving you the best possible vTag experience. We love to hear your feedback, so whether you’ve got a question for us or a suggestion for the app, feel free to get in touch with us by emailing…