This permission gives us the ability in the future to offer you the ability to share what you have done on the TrustRadius site with your LinkedIn connections (e.g. after you have written a review you may want to promote it).
- A network update must be associated with a specific user action, not an automated or scheduled event. A user simply navigating through your application is not a significant event. Typically, a user must create content on your site for the event to be significant.
- The user must be given a choice about whether to send the message. The user must opt into the messages being sent rather than opt out.
- A network update must come at or around the time of the user action the update makes reference to.
- A network update must be posted only once and only once by the user who initiated the action.
- A network update must not be sent for users who were acted upon. So, if a user just presented at a conference, that might be a good network update to send. But every member of the audience should not send a network update saying they were in the audience.
- An application must not offer any direct incentive to the user as a reward for issuing a network update.
- An application must not offer any direct incentive to the recipients of a network update.