Volunteers need to be careful with their app permissions and privacy settings.
Learn more about our privacy policies here.
Volunteers need to take into account the types of projects they’re involved in, and how the site they’re working on interacts with each other.
When volunteering, it’s important to keep in mind the following guidelines.
You can’t use a Google Maps app or a MapQuest app for the purpose of map search, but you can use them for location and weather data.
It’s important that you’re using the Google Maps or MapQuest apps with a reputable website.
If you’re working with someone else, you can’t ask them for permission to search for information on their behalf, nor do you need to request that they do.
If a person you’re volunteering with asks for your permission to use their phone to do something on their own, you have to ask them to stop.
You also don’t need to ask for permission before you go out on your own to do your job.
This also applies to other activities, such as a hike or bike ride.
When you’re in a situation where you’re going to be asked to do work for someone else (such as a restaurant), ask for the permission of the person you want to work with.
This is also important if you’re asking someone else to do the work for you.
You don’t have to have permission from them before you volunteer.
If you’re asked to use your smartphone for anything other than the work you’re doing, ask that person to stop doing that work and ask that they stop.
This may mean that you can ask them permission to move their phone in and out of your office.
It also may mean you need a password if you don’t want the other person to have access to your phone.
If the other party doesn’t comply, you should take the person to court.
If this is the case, the court will decide whether you need permission or not.
A volunteer site needs to be approved by a volunteer group.
A site needs approval from the volunteers’ association to use any kind of data.
If your volunteer app does not have approval from your volunteers association, you’ll need to let them know this by emailing a formal letter.
You need to include this information in your volunteer application.
This might mean asking your volunteer group to review the data.
Volunteers don’t get a free pass to use data that’s provided by their organization.
They should use data provided by a nonprofit organization or other data-sharing organization that’s in their own group, and they must provide that data to the volunteer.
For more information, see our guidelines on data sharing.
If you need more information on this, check out our data sharing page.
You can also use Google Maps to find volunteer opportunities.
Learn how to use Google’s Maps app to find volunteers.
Volunteer apps can help you to find local jobs that you might be able to apply for, so check with your local county and city to find out which ones have the best selection of positions.
You might also want to check with other volunteers for other opportunities to volunteer.