Understand the Basics
The best way to get help is to first take some time to try understand what Buzztouch is all about.
The idea is that you try to get a basic understanding of how Buzztouch works before asking questions.
Rookies, newbies, designers, programmers, developers, ninja's, and teachers are all welcome as long as these guidelines are followed:
Do not put another person's screen name in the topic title
Don't include user screen names in topic titles like "David, help!" or "@GoNorthWest, where are you?" This isn't appropriate for a
few reasons, mostly because it's just plain tacky. If you need to contact another user,
use the Direct Message link in their profile. If this is disabled, the user doesn't want
Do not put EMERGENCY or URGENT or IMPORTANT in the topic title
If you beg for help, you probably won't get it. Other users understand that your
question is important, adding "emergency" in the title tends to move you to the bottom of the
list. Really, it does.
Review the FAQ's
Please don't repeat questions answered in the
frequently asked questions
. If you're asking
for help from another user, the least you can do is review the
Always include these things when asking a question:
iOS or Android. Mac or PC. Is the app in the the App Store or the Android Market or is it
still in development. Then, be sure to include details along with your question.
Don't post hurtful or rude comments... it ruins it for everyone. We have a zero tolerance policy
about this. If you're mean, hurtful, rude, or simply no fun to around, you'll be banned from the
Disguising your magic-app-idea is almost never worth it. If
someone is trying to help you, and they ask about the nature of your
project, be as transparent as possible. It's tough to be helpful if you
don't understand the problem.
Most questions are answered very quickly. However, if you don't
get a response, don't double-post. All questions are answered eventually.
Lots of folks will help you if you're trying to work out
your difficulties to the best of your ability. However, if you expect
somebody to "do your work" you've come to the wrong place.
Don't be anxious about posting a comment. All comments are
useful and it doesn't
take long to realize that the more helpful you are, the more help you'll get.
If you find yourself pounding your fists in frustrations, you're not alone. Making mobile
software can be very tough sometimes. However, your anger, attitude, and about-to-give-up
perspective is not welcome in the