Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'guide'.
Found 2 results
Here is a guide (with pictures) for how to use the Chinese version of Uber. Additionally, the same advice here works for Didi APP as well with only a slightly different interface. Hope you guys find this convenient! Cheers! Jun Ming http://mp.weixin.qq.com/s?__biz=MjM5MjI1MDc0Mg==&mid=2651559472&idx=4&sn=98fa186e1561ebff608b9e2078732997&chksm=bd5618298a21913fc34c17741cd4f6d0e2543b1b22bf084a8d507f16e31da2f652b2b23e3af0&mpshare=1&scene=2&srcid=1122PPTgkC2RckERaW7qcAtU&from=timeline&isappinstalled=0#wechat_redirect
This a a quick reference for new members to this forum and even forums in general. Many on this forum started right where you are, and have over time built up and become part of the "family", so to say. If you are familiar to forums, great. If not here is the most basic of things you need to know. Straight off the bat, the term newbie, will be your tag for a while, this does not mean anything bad. It is simply a reference to the fact that you are new to the forum. "A person new to a game, concept, or forum. Not to be confused with n00b, a stupid person. Newbies are just new." - Urban Dictionary. You have come to this forum, either to meet other/new people, or to simply ask a question. Both are fine, but please pay attention to the guides when asking questions. The chances that you will get a solid answer, covering the question/s you have asked will depend on a couple of factors: Use the search function within the forum, to possibly find the same or similar question you have. This way, it makes it easier for the next person to find the answer to their question. If you do not find the question/answer you are looking for, you can create a new topic under Hangzhou Questions & Answers. When posting, keep it as simple and as clear as possible. This makes it easier for our multi-national, multi-lingual community to assist you. (We know and understand that not everyone on this forum is a native English speaker.) Please use common sense. "Dumb" questions will have our unique trolls and keyboard warriors on you quicker than you think. This goes for repeated questions as well. Manners cost you nothing. We are a community of different races, cultures and beliefs. Try and ask or say something in the same way you would to someone on the street, without the possibility of being punched in the teeth. If you do create a topic, do not simply "hit and run". Meaning, do not post your question, get your answer and disappear. Give credit where credit is due. On the bottom right of the answer you have received, there is a green arrow pointing up, simple click on that, and say thanks to the user for the information. I hope that this gives a better idea of how to co-exist a little easier, and make the adjustment to China smoother.