When your plant arrives, carefully remove any plastic wrapping or hypoallergenic fiber fill (batting). Always allow your new plants to acclimate to their new home for 10 to 14 days before repotting or otherwise disturbing them.
If your plant arrived with a plastic dome, this is to keep the humidity up. I strongly recommend leaving it on during the acclimation period.
I try to keep the temperature between 75 and 85, usually averaging around 76 when I’m home and up to 81 when I’m at work and have the ac turned off.
Water your plants when the moss is dry. In my house, this can be every other day because the air is fairly dry, but I f I’m keeping them in a container it’s once every two weeks. How often you need to water will depend on your environment. As a rule, it’s better to be dry than too wet.
Make sure your plants get plenty of indirect sunlight or an equivalent grow light. I find that LED lights less than 100 watts work well.
When re-potting, use a pot 1-2” bigger. I use an organic mix of coco coir, fertilizer at 1/2 strength, worm castings, peat moss, and perlite. Rooting hormone can also be used to speed up root growth.