Use Restrictions

Last Updated on May 2, 2023

Countless teams rely on Workflow products*, and we're thrilled to offer them a better way to work. We recognize that, despite good intentions, technology can amplify harmful actions. That's why we've set up this policy. We feel an ethical responsibility to counter such harm, addressing instances where Workflow is misused to further harm and asserting that our products are not safe havens for those with harmful intentions. If you have an account with any of our products, you cannot use them for any of the restricted purposes listed below. If we discover you are, we will take action.

Restricted purposes

Violence, or threats thereof: If an activity is considered a violent crime in the United States or your country, you may not use Workflow products to plan, commit, or threaten that activity.

Child exploitation, sexualization, or abuse: We don't tolerate activities that generate, distribute, or otherwise result in child abuse. Stay away and just stop.

Hate speech: You cannot use our products to advocate for the extermination, domination, or oppression of people.

Harassment: Targeting or intimidating people or groups through repeated communication, including racial slurs or dehumanizing language, is unwelcome at Workflow.

Doxing: If you're using Workflow products to share others' private personal information for harassment purposes, we want nothing to do with you.

Malware or spyware: Code for good, not evil. If you use our products to create or distribute malware or spyware, including remote user surveillance, leave now.

Phishing or attempting fraud: Misrepresenting your identity or affiliations to steal from, extort, or harm others is unacceptable.

Spamming: Unsolicited commercial emails are unwanted. We don't allow people (or their bots) to use Workflow products for spamming. If your emails don't comply with CAN-SPAM or other anti-spam laws, it's prohibited.

Cybersquatting: We dislike username extortionists. If you purchase an Workflow product account in someone else's name and try to sell it to them, you're cybersquatting. Cybersquatting accounts will be canceled immediately.

Infringing on intellectual property: You can't use Workflow products to create or share work that uses others' intellectual property beyond the scope of fair use.

While our use restrictions are comprehensive, they can't cover everything. It's possible that an offense could defy categorization, be a first-time occurrence, or raise a moral dilemma we hadn't considered. Nevertheless, the overall spirit is clear: Workflow is not to be used for harm, whether mental, physical, personal, or civic. Different perspectives—philosophical, religious, and political—are welcome, but ideologies like white nationalism or hate-fueled movements anchored in oppression, violence, abuse, extermination, or domination of one group over another will not be tolerated here.

How to report abuse

For cases of suspected malware, spyware, phishing, spamming, and cybersquatting, please notify us at

For all other cases, please contact us by emailing