Meetup communities thrive when you show up IRL to do what you love — together.
We believe the global Meetup community deserves to feel welcomed, respected, and excited to connect with each other, whether we do that in person or on social media.
Here are the five key tenets of our community on social media:
- Be welcoming. Cultivate a space where everyone feels safe to be themselves: a community driven by kindness — not bullying, trolling, or bigotry.
- Be real. Act as you would act in real life: with integrity and authenticity.
- Be impactful. Contribute to the discussion, and respect everyone’s time. What would you say if you were talking in person at an event?
- Be spirited. Show up with an openness to diverse perspectives and lively debate.
- Be thoughtful. Challenge ideas, not people.
If your posts on social media conflict with any of these tenets:
- Your post may be removed. You will be privately notified, warned, and encouraged to adjust your actions going forward in order to stay a member of the community.
- If you violate any of these tenets again, we have the right to ban you from our community on all social media channels.
Meetup social media channels
If you’re not yet a member of our online community, join the conversation:
- Meetup (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook): For everyone who wants to get inspired to show up to events.
- Meetup Support (Twitter): For members and organizers who have questions about their account, bug reports, or suggestions on how Meetup can improve.
- Meetup Organizer Community (Discord): For organizers to connect with fellow organizers who use Meetup to build thriving communities.