It might seem obvious, but I'm the only person on my teams I see doing it. On some locations it helps more than others, but it makes it easier to hear where attackers are coming from.
Just a helpful little bit of information.
Once they get downed once, they can't get downed again. ¯_(ツ)_/¯
One of the biggest mistakes I've noticed new players tend do is that even though a teammate has two reinforcements on a two reinforcement wall, they feel as though they should help finish it. You can save yourself and your teammate the hassle of running around looking for an open wall, by just choosing a different wall to fix up. It should be common courtesy, but I've found that many people don't even realize what they're doing.
I've been trying it with a friend over the last few games, and it works like a charm. No one expects to explode while jumping over a deployable shield. Worked 5 out of 8 times we tried it, not including matches where they didn't even go that way.
Unfortunately I don't have any pictures or video of this...When you're searching for the objective in the beginning (or if you just throw one mid-game), you can hide your drone underneath the lid of Rook's armor vests he places down. You can get there going through the cover. Once you're there, you need to get a certain angle and you'll be able to see through the lid completely.Did this in a game and continued to spot the enemies. They acted very confused. Anyways, sorry for no picture or video. I'll edit it in next time I do it (or if someone else does it)