New Product Updates

The latest updates to your Meetup tools on the web and apps.

  • Finding and messaging a member of a group is now simpler on the updated members page. We’ve made it easier to sort and message members, added new profile pages directly into the design, and reorganized the members page to match group About and Events pages.

    Organizable members list

    The updated members list has all the functionality of the original page, but none of the clutter. You can search a group’s members by name or sort the list of members based on information like the date they last visited the group.

    Organizers can manage their leadership teams, view pending and banned members, see when a member last paid their dues, and download a full list of members to a spreadsheet.

    Screen_Shot_2019-03-05_at_2.39.21_PM.png

    Shared connections

    You can also sort group members by relevance. This means sorting members by Meetup groups you’re both a part of and connections on social media like your Facebook friends.

    Member profiles

    You can now see member profiles directly from the members list. These profiles are a quick and simple overview of a member’s information including the number of times a member has RSVPed to a group’s events, the date the joined the group, their last visit, and a message button.

    Click View full profile to see even more details.

    Screen_Shot_2019-03-05_at_2.51.28_PM.png
    You can edit your profile photo and name on your settings page.

    Find and connect with friends on the new members page
  • In 2018, we tested the tools that help organizers stay in touch with members after an event. We set out to understand how organizers communicate after an event and which tools have the greatest impact on member engagement.

    One takeaway from our research was that the “Stay in touch” emails that organizers and members send to say “good to see you” have been declining in use over the past year. Based on these results, we’ve made the decision to stop sending “Stay in touch” emails.

    In 2019, we’re focusing on tools that help groups communicate. Here are a few ways organizers can keep up the conversation between events.

    Three impactful ways to communicate after an event

    1. Leave a comment on the event page

    The event page is a perfect place to engage with active members in your group because attendees are notified about event comments by push notification or email.

    Leave a comment on the event page while the event is still fresh in mind. We recommend sharing a “thank you” to everyone who attended, a short recap of the event, and even adding a link to your next scheduled event.

    2. View your event feedback

    In a recent survey to organizers, you told us that getting feedback from members was one of your biggest challenges. Now, we’re collecting feedback directly from members and sharing it with organizers and their leadership teams.

    feedack-rating-example_meetup.jpg

    Organizers and event hosts can view feedback from members about recent events including a star rating and a short response based on their rating.

    3. Share an update in a discussion

    Even if it’s a short message, starting a discussion can make an impact. Based on our research, about 60% of groups used the discussion feature on the group homepage to communicate last year. That’s about one million members using the tool to communicate.

    Groups that use the discussion tool host almost three times as many events with at least 4 RSVPs on average. That’s one and a half times more RSVPs than groups that don’t use the discussions tool.

    “Good to see you” emails and staying in touch after an event
  • To help organizers find the right location when they're creating an event, we’re teaming up with Google to make our search results more accurate and easier to find by name or address.

    You can still create a custom location for your event and now you can share it exclusively with your leadership team.

     improved-location-search_venues-.png

    Paired with the power of movable map pins, the improved search makes it simple for any group to find and then share their location with members.

    This update is available on the web—coming soon to the Meetup app (iOS and Android). 

    Improved location search when creating events
  • From your camera roll to your cover photo: Upload or edit your group's cover photo from your Android app. Take a new photo or pull one from the photo library on your phone and update your cover photo on the go.

    You can still select a photo from an event photo album and set that as your group cover photo as well.

    customize-your-group-cover-photo.jpg

    To set a new cover photo:

    1. Navigate to your Meetup group view.
    2. Tap Edit on your current cover photo.
    3. Tap Upload new group photo.
    4. Select Choose from library or Take a photo.

    Full-color photos

    You’ll also notice that we’ve removed color filters, so your photos display in full color wherever your Meetup group appears on web and Android. Coming soon to iOS

    New on the apps: Customize your group photo
  • We’ve been patching up top usability issues and working on making your experience scheduling and managing events smooth and efficient. Find some changes you can discover this month below.

    _____________________

    Scheduling an event: Same form, new flexibility

    Please note that while we roll out this update, some users will continue to see the old experience. 

    Introducing an update to your event schedule form that adds flexibility to your settings, and fixes some of the top issues you told us were getting in your way. It’s the same form with a new layout that makes scheduling more efficient and gives you more control of your events where you need it.

    Here’s an overview of what’s new:

    • Improved layout: It’s faster and easier to schedule an event with the same features on a compact form.
    • Custom number of guests: Customize the number of guests per attendee you want to allow, still within a 5 guest limit, so you have more control over your attendance. (Now part of the optional settings below the form.)
    • One-click copying of past events: Copy your most recent event in one click instead of creating an event from scratch.
    • Easy access to drafts: Access your saved drafts quickly from within the form.
    • Simpler event duration: Quickly choose your event end time by selecting an event duration (1.5 hr) instead of specifying a start and end time. (You can still customize an end date and time if you prefer.)
    • Better host selection: Use a simple search feature to conveniently select an event host.
    • Repeating events: Create recurring events (every week, every month) with designated end dates. (Now part of the optional settings below the form.)

    scheduling-an-event-same-for-new-flexibility.jpg


    ______________________

    More attendee management tools on your mobile apps

    We've introduced more organizer tools to the Meetup mobile apps. Here's what you can now find on Android and iOS. 

    • Mark members as paid
    • Edit guest counts
    • Close RSVPs
    • Add event hosts from the attendee list


    Download the Meetup app for Android from Google Play. 
    Download the Meetup app for iOS from the App Store.


    Android-ENG.jpg

     ______________________

    Event cancelation updates

    We've improved the features around canceling and deleting events.

    • Canceling an event now triggers an automated email to all hosts and RSVPs, so you can be sure the update is clearly communicated with no additional work on your part.
    • Now, when you cancel an event, you can choose for it to remain in your event list, appearing with a crossed-out status, or delete it for full removal.
    Updates to scheduling and managing events
  • Introducing an update to your event schedule form that adds flexibility to your settings, and fixes some of the top issues you told us were getting in your way.

    It’s the same form with a new layout that makes scheduling more efficient and gives you more control of your events where you need it.

    Scheduling-an-event.jpg

    Here’s an overview of what’s new:

    • Improved layout: It’s faster and easier to schedule an event with the same features on a compact form.
    • Custom number of guests: Customize the number of guests per attendee you want to allow, still within a 5 guest limit, so you have more control over your attendance. (Now part of the optional settings below the form.)
    • One-click copying of past events: Copy your most recent event in one click instead of creating an event from scratch.
    • Easy access to drafts: Access your saved drafts quickly from within the form.
    • Simpler event duration: Quickly choose your event end time by selecting an event duration (1.5 hr) instead of specifying a start and end time. (You can still customize an end date and time if you prefer.)
    • Better host selection: Use a simple search feature to conveniently select an event host.
    • Repeating events: Create recurring events (every week, every month) with designated end dates. (Now part of the optional settings below the form.)

    In addition to what’s new, here’s what’s been fixed:

    • RSVP open and close times won't disappear or change when making edits elsewhere on the form.
    • Events scheduled in different time zones match the group’s time zone instead of the computer’s time zone.
    • Members won’t be able to RSVP with guests when the “Allowing guests” setting is turned off.
    Same event scheduling, new flexibility
  • We’re bringing more organizer tools to the Meetup mobile apps.

    The latest Android release adds attendee management tools so you can mark members as paid, edit guest counts, close RSVPs, and add event hosts from the attendee list. Coming soon to iOS too.

    Please note that while we roll out this update, some users will continue to see the old experience.  

    Download the Meetup app for Android from Google Play. 

    Download the Meetup app for iOS from the App Store.

    Android-ENG.jpg

     

    App update: mark members as paid, and more
  • We're rolling out an updated calendar page that makes the Meetup website feel more uniform. You'll be seeing more updates like this that preserve or improve functionality and also make the design consistent.

    We’ve heard that the calendar was hard to find, and that it was confusing to switch between design schemes on the site. Now, the calendar is easier to access on the events page and has an updated look that's consistent with other pages on the site. Plus it’s mobile responsive so it will look great on any screen you're browsing.

    Note: As we roll out the new calendar design to everyone, some members will continue to see the old experience.

    Calendar_update.jpg

     

     

    Updated calendar page
  • We’re excited to announce the latest version of the Meetup app for iPhone. We’ve rearranged the app to make it easier to keep track of your groups and stay in touch. 

    iOS-Update-3.jpg

    Now you can:

    • Easily access your Meetup groups from your Home tab
    • Keep track of your upcoming and saved events with your calendar view
    • Discover and search for your next event from the Explore tab
    • Quickly access your Notifications and Messages from your Meetup groups

    In the coming months, we’ll continue to work on adding functionality to help you connect with your groups on the go.

    Update your Meetup app by downloading from the App Store and please feel free to leave us a review!

    Updated Meetup app for iPhone
  • Smile! You have new tools to make your group cover photo and featured event photos look great on the page.

    Now when you upload a group cover photo or featured event photo, you can easily crop and position the image so that it will fit nicely into the 16:9 space. Grab the crop lines from any corner to best frame your photo. 

    Screen_Shot_2018-06-04_at_3.57.45_PM.png

     

    This tool is currently available on web and mobile web. 

     

     

     

    Crop and position photos
  • No one likes spammy or low quality discussion threads. To help address that problem, we’re launching a new feature that gives you more control over your Meetup Group Discussions. Flip the toggle 'on' if you'd like members to be able to start a discussion. Or, toggle it to 'off' so that only organizers and the group leadership team can start discussions, limiting members to reply only.

     

    Discussions-Toggle.gif

     

    
Currently the default ‘on’ setting allows anyone, including members, to start a discussion. You can change this anytime by toggling it to ‘off.’ As an organizer, having the ability to limit who can initiate new threads gives you more control over the quality of your Meetup Group content.


    Further details about this feature:

    • The option to reply to a thread will remain open no matter the toggle position

    • Only organizers and co-organizers can enable and disable the toggle

    • Anyone in the leadership team (including assistant organizers and event organizers) can initiate a thread even if the toggle is set to 'off'

    Learn about more ways to manage Group Discussions.

    More control over Group Discussions
  • If you’re an organizer, check out this article to schedule your next event. Here are other useful features organizers use to build successful groups.


    NavigatingMeetup.jpg

    Here are a few more tips for navigating the new design:

    Group calendar

    1. Go to your group page
    2. Choose Events
    3. Select Calendar

    Calendar-redesign-screenshot_Navigating-your-redesigned-Meetup.png

    Discussions vs. Message boards

    The new Discussions tool helps you get conversations started. Initial posts are limited to 140 characters, and replies have a 700 character. Discussions sync between the web and mobile apps for a more seamless experience. It’s a great spot for members to brainstorm what to do next.  

    Discussions.png



    You can also continue to access the old Message Boards on your group page. That feature only exists on the web. 

    1. Select More
    2. Choose Message boards



    Message_boards.png



    Managing member payments

    If you’re an organizer, you can continue to manage all member payments from your group’s Money page

    1. Click on Manage Group
    2. Choose Manage Money

    Screen_Shot_2018-06-07_at_6.47.31_PM.png



    More
    Looking for something else? Many of the features that were located at the top of your group page in the old design are now accessible via More in the redesign. This includes: Message boards, Mailing list, Polls, Sponsors, and Stats. 

    Navigating your redesigned Meetup
  • We know how important it is to manage your attendees and encourage accountability for people who don’t show up. If you didn’t know, before your Meetup, you can keep your attendee list accurate by adjusting “Going", "Not Going" or "Waitlist”. We've had a few recent additions to your Attendee Management Tools as well. 

    No-Shows is Back

    The ability to mark 'no-shows' is now available in your Attendee Management tools on Web, Android, and iOS.

     

    "Search or Add Attendees:" New on Mobile

    Managing your guest lists just got a little easier: we added “search and add attendees” to your iOs and Android app tools. Now, you can filter, find, and add anyone from your Meetup group, rather than just the people who have RSVP'ed. Find the option in each of your Meetup RSVP lists.

    AddSearch_Feature_FB.png

    Attendee Management Tools: No-Show & More
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Finding and messaging a member of a group is now simpler on the updated members page. We’ve made it easier to sort and message members, added new profile pages directly into the design, and reorganized the members page to match group About and Events pages.

Organizable members list

The updated members list has all the functionality of the original page, but none of the clutter. You can search a group’s members by name or sort the list of members based on information like the date they last visited the group.

Organizers can manage their leadership teams, view pending and banned members, see when a member last paid their dues, and download a full list of members to a spreadsheet.

Screen_Shot_2019-03-05_at_2.39.21_PM.png

Shared connections

You can also sort group members by relevance. This means sorting members by Meetup groups you’re both a part of and connections on social media like your Facebook friends.

Member profiles

You can now see member profiles directly from the members list. These profiles are a quick and simple overview of a member’s information including the number of times a member has RSVPed to a group’s events, the date the joined the group, their last visit, and a message button.

Click View full profile to see even more details.

Screen_Shot_2019-03-05_at_2.51.28_PM.png
You can edit your profile photo and name on your settings page.

Find and connect with friends on the new members page

Finding and messaging a member of a group is now simpler on the updated members page. We’ve made it easier to sort and message ...
Learn More

In 2018, we tested the tools that help organizers stay in touch with members after an event. We set out to understand how organizers communicate after an event and which tools have the greatest impact on member engagement.

One takeaway from our research was that the “Stay in touch” emails that organizers and members send to say “good to see you” have been declining in use over the past year. Based on these results, we’ve made the decision to stop sending “Stay in touch” emails.

In 2019, we’re focusing on tools that help groups communicate. Here are a few ways organizers can keep up the conversation between events.

Three impactful ways to communicate after an event

1. Leave a comment on the event page

The event page is a perfect place to engage with active members in your group because attendees are notified about event comments by push notification or email.

Leave a comment on the event page while the event is still fresh in mind. We recommend sharing a “thank you” to everyone who attended, a short recap of the event, and even adding a link to your next scheduled event.

2. View your event feedback

In a recent survey to organizers, you told us that getting feedback from members was one of your biggest challenges. Now, we’re collecting feedback directly from members and sharing it with organizers and their leadership teams.

feedack-rating-example_meetup.jpg

Organizers and event hosts can view feedback from members about recent events including a star rating and a short response based on their rating.

3. Share an update in a discussion

Even if it’s a short message, starting a discussion can make an impact. Based on our research, about 60% of groups used the discussion feature on the group homepage to communicate last year. That’s about one million members using the tool to communicate.

Groups that use the discussion tool host almost three times as many events with at least 4 RSVPs on average. That’s one and a half times more RSVPs than groups that don’t use the discussions tool.

“Good to see you” emails and staying in touch after an event

In 2018, we tested the tools that help organizers stay in touch with members after an event. We set out to understand how organ...
Learn More

To help organizers find the right location when they're creating an event, we’re teaming up with Google to make our search results more accurate and easier to find by name or address.

You can still create a custom location for your event and now you can share it exclusively with your leadership team.

 improved-location-search_venues-.png

Paired with the power of movable map pins, the improved search makes it simple for any group to find and then share their location with members.

This update is available on the web—coming soon to the Meetup app (iOS and Android). 

Improved location search when creating events

To help organizers find the right location when they're creating an event, we’re teaming up with Google to make our search resu...
Learn More

From your camera roll to your cover photo: Upload or edit your group's cover photo from your Android app. Take a new photo or pull one from the photo library on your phone and update your cover photo on the go.

You can still select a photo from an event photo album and set that as your group cover photo as well.

customize-your-group-cover-photo.jpg

To set a new cover photo:

  1. Navigate to your Meetup group view.
  2. Tap Edit on your current cover photo.
  3. Tap Upload new group photo.
  4. Select Choose from library or Take a photo.

Full-color photos

You’ll also notice that we’ve removed color filters, so your photos display in full color wherever your Meetup group appears on web and Android. Coming soon to iOS

New on the apps: Customize your group photo

From your camera roll to your cover photo: Upload or edit your group's cover photo from your Android app. Take a new photo or p...
Learn More

We’ve been patching up top usability issues and working on making your experience scheduling and managing events smooth and efficient. Find some changes you can discover this month below.

_____________________

Scheduling an event: Same form, new flexibility

Please note that while we roll out this update, some users will continue to see the old experience. 

Introducing an update to your event schedule form that adds flexibility to your settings, and fixes some of the top issues you told us were getting in your way. It’s the same form with a new layout that makes scheduling more efficient and gives you more control of your events where you need it.

Here’s an overview of what’s new:

  • Improved layout: It’s faster and easier to schedule an event with the same features on a compact form.
  • Custom number of guests: Customize the number of guests per attendee you want to allow, still within a 5 guest limit, so you have more control over your attendance. (Now part of the optional settings below the form.)
  • One-click copying of past events: Copy your most recent event in one click instead of creating an event from scratch.
  • Easy access to drafts: Access your saved drafts quickly from within the form.
  • Simpler event duration: Quickly choose your event end time by selecting an event duration (1.5 hr) instead of specifying a start and end time. (You can still customize an end date and time if you prefer.)
  • Better host selection: Use a simple search feature to conveniently select an event host.
  • Repeating events: Create recurring events (every week, every month) with designated end dates. (Now part of the optional settings below the form.)

scheduling-an-event-same-for-new-flexibility.jpg


______________________

More attendee management tools on your mobile apps

We've introduced more organizer tools to the Meetup mobile apps. Here's what you can now find on Android and iOS. 

  • Mark members as paid
  • Edit guest counts
  • Close RSVPs
  • Add event hosts from the attendee list


Download the Meetup app for Android from Google Play. 
Download the Meetup app for iOS from the App Store.


Android-ENG.jpg

 ______________________

Event cancelation updates

We've improved the features around canceling and deleting events.

  • Canceling an event now triggers an automated email to all hosts and RSVPs, so you can be sure the update is clearly communicated with no additional work on your part.
  • Now, when you cancel an event, you can choose for it to remain in your event list, appearing with a crossed-out status, or delete it for full removal.

Updates to scheduling and managing events

We’ve been patching up top usability issues and working on making your experience scheduling and managing events smooth and eff...
Learn More

Introducing an update to your event schedule form that adds flexibility to your settings, and fixes some of the top issues you told us were getting in your way.

It’s the same form with a new layout that makes scheduling more efficient and gives you more control of your events where you need it.

Scheduling-an-event.jpg

Here’s an overview of what’s new:

  • Improved layout: It’s faster and easier to schedule an event with the same features on a compact form.
  • Custom number of guests: Customize the number of guests per attendee you want to allow, still within a 5 guest limit, so you have more control over your attendance. (Now part of the optional settings below the form.)
  • One-click copying of past events: Copy your most recent event in one click instead of creating an event from scratch.
  • Easy access to drafts: Access your saved drafts quickly from within the form.
  • Simpler event duration: Quickly choose your event end time by selecting an event duration (1.5 hr) instead of specifying a start and end time. (You can still customize an end date and time if you prefer.)
  • Better host selection: Use a simple search feature to conveniently select an event host.
  • Repeating events: Create recurring events (every week, every month) with designated end dates. (Now part of the optional settings below the form.)

In addition to what’s new, here’s what’s been fixed:

  • RSVP open and close times won't disappear or change when making edits elsewhere on the form.
  • Events scheduled in different time zones match the group’s time zone instead of the computer’s time zone.
  • Members won’t be able to RSVP with guests when the “Allowing guests” setting is turned off.

Same event scheduling, new flexibility

Introducing an update to your event schedule form that adds flexibility to your settings, and fixes some of the top issues you ...
Learn More

We’re bringing more organizer tools to the Meetup mobile apps.

The latest Android release adds attendee management tools so you can mark members as paid, edit guest counts, close RSVPs, and add event hosts from the attendee list. Coming soon to iOS too.

Please note that while we roll out this update, some users will continue to see the old experience.  

Download the Meetup app for Android from Google Play. 

Download the Meetup app for iOS from the App Store.

Android-ENG.jpg

 

App update: mark members as paid, and more

We’re bringing more organizer tools to the Meetup mobile apps. The latest Android release adds attendee management tools so yo...
Learn More

We're rolling out an updated calendar page that makes the Meetup website feel more uniform. You'll be seeing more updates like this that preserve or improve functionality and also make the design consistent.

We’ve heard that the calendar was hard to find, and that it was confusing to switch between design schemes on the site. Now, the calendar is easier to access on the events page and has an updated look that's consistent with other pages on the site. Plus it’s mobile responsive so it will look great on any screen you're browsing.

Note: As we roll out the new calendar design to everyone, some members will continue to see the old experience.

Calendar_update.jpg

 

 

Updated calendar page

We're rolling out an updated calendar page that makes the Meetup website feel more uniform. You'll be seeing more updates like ...
Learn More

We’re excited to announce the latest version of the Meetup app for iPhone. We’ve rearranged the app to make it easier to keep track of your groups and stay in touch. 

iOS-Update-3.jpg

Now you can:

  • Easily access your Meetup groups from your Home tab
  • Keep track of your upcoming and saved events with your calendar view
  • Discover and search for your next event from the Explore tab
  • Quickly access your Notifications and Messages from your Meetup groups

In the coming months, we’ll continue to work on adding functionality to help you connect with your groups on the go.

Update your Meetup app by downloading from the App Store and please feel free to leave us a review!

Updated Meetup app for iPhone

We’re excited to announce the latest version of the Meetup app for iPhone. We’ve rearranged the app to make it easier to keep t...
Learn More

Smile! You have new tools to make your group cover photo and featured event photos look great on the page.

Now when you upload a group cover photo or featured event photo, you can easily crop and position the image so that it will fit nicely into the 16:9 space. Grab the crop lines from any corner to best frame your photo. 

Screen_Shot_2018-06-04_at_3.57.45_PM.png

 

This tool is currently available on web and mobile web. 

 

 

 

Crop and position photos

Smile! You have new tools to make your group cover photo and featured event photos look great on the page. Now when you upload ...
Learn More

No one likes spammy or low quality discussion threads. To help address that problem, we’re launching a new feature that gives you more control over your Meetup Group Discussions. Flip the toggle 'on' if you'd like members to be able to start a discussion. Or, toggle it to 'off' so that only organizers and the group leadership team can start discussions, limiting members to reply only.

 

Discussions-Toggle.gif

 


Currently the default ‘on’ setting allows anyone, including members, to start a discussion. You can change this anytime by toggling it to ‘off.’ As an organizer, having the ability to limit who can initiate new threads gives you more control over the quality of your Meetup Group content.


Further details about this feature:

  • The option to reply to a thread will remain open no matter the toggle position

  • Only organizers and co-organizers can enable and disable the toggle

  • Anyone in the leadership team (including assistant organizers and event organizers) can initiate a thread even if the toggle is set to 'off'

Learn about more ways to manage Group Discussions.

More control over Group Discussions

No one likes spammy or low quality discussion threads. To help address that problem, we’re launching a new feature that gives y...
Learn More

If you’re an organizer, check out this article to schedule your next event. Here are other useful features organizers use to build successful groups.


NavigatingMeetup.jpg

Here are a few more tips for navigating the new design:

Group calendar

1. Go to your group page
2. Choose Events
3. Select Calendar

Calendar-redesign-screenshot_Navigating-your-redesigned-Meetup.png

Discussions vs. Message boards

The new Discussions tool helps you get conversations started. Initial posts are limited to 140 characters, and replies have a 700 character. Discussions sync between the web and mobile apps for a more seamless experience. It’s a great spot for members to brainstorm what to do next.  

Discussions.png



You can also continue to access the old Message Boards on your group page. That feature only exists on the web. 

1. Select More
2. Choose Message boards



Message_boards.png



Managing member payments

If you’re an organizer, you can continue to manage all member payments from your group’s Money page

1. Click on Manage Group
2. Choose Manage Money

Screen_Shot_2018-06-07_at_6.47.31_PM.png



More
Looking for something else? Many of the features that were located at the top of your group page in the old design are now accessible via More in the redesign. This includes: Message boards, Mailing list, Polls, Sponsors, and Stats. 

Navigating your redesigned Meetup

If you’re an organizer, check out this article to schedule your next event. Here are other useful features organizers use to bu...
Learn More

We know how important it is to manage your attendees and encourage accountability for people who don’t show up. If you didn’t know, before your Meetup, you can keep your attendee list accurate by adjusting “Going", "Not Going" or "Waitlist”. We've had a few recent additions to your Attendee Management Tools as well. 

No-Shows is Back

The ability to mark 'no-shows' is now available in your Attendee Management tools on Web, Android, and iOS.

 

"Search or Add Attendees:" New on Mobile

Managing your guest lists just got a little easier: we added “search and add attendees” to your iOs and Android app tools. Now, you can filter, find, and add anyone from your Meetup group, rather than just the people who have RSVP'ed. Find the option in each of your Meetup RSVP lists.

AddSearch_Feature_FB.png

Attendee Management Tools: No-Show & More

We know how important it is to manage your attendees and encourage accountability for people who don’t show up. If you didn’t k...
Learn More