Uh-oh! Were you removed from a Community you had joined? We're so sorry to hear that! This could have happened for a variety of reasons.

Communities are independently managed by Tailwind members, just like you. This means that the Community Owner and Community admins can set their own rules, and also manage their Community Members based on their own criteria.

Learn more about the different roles of a Community in our Knowledge Base article: What's the difference between a Community Owner and Community Admin?

When you are removed from a Community you don't receive a notification, unfortunately. You can be removed from Communities by a Community admin at any time and this can happen for a variety of reasons, not necessarily related to the the quality of your content or share activity (for example, when the Community owner closes the Community). If you don't meet the rules, or Pin content that the Community admins think may be unsuitable for the group they may decide to remove you.

Ultimately the decision lies with the Community admins so it's best to make sure you're doing all you can to meet the requirements and always share more than you post and share high-quality content.

We're sorry to hear that things didn't work out with your Community! Remember that you can easily make a Community of your own and set your own rules, or you can find another Community to join that is a better fit for you and your content!

Are you interested in starting your own Community? Check out our Knowledge Base articles: How do I create a Community? and How to add and edit Community rules.

Want to preview your next Community before you join? Check out our Knowledge Base article: Can I preview a Community before I join it?

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