We can’t justify the expenses or risks of an in-person meetup. Let’s enjoy hosting a Virtual Coffee meetup instead using video conference technologies like Zoom, Google Hangouts, Crowdcast, Webex, and Hopin. The benefit of a Virtual Coffee is that our attendees can join from wherever they are based from the comforts of their own home. Most video conference platforms allow you to record the meetup so you can distribute the recording to those who were not able to attend the conference.
How this template works
TWO working documents + ONE “output document” for public
to a shared workspace with the event moderator/speakers. This template includes the entire charter, pre-event checklist, place to create draft copy for the registration/promotion and outline, plus the entire post-event workflow.
look and feel more like a website, you will publish the doc after updating and copying the template to the GCP Cafe public folder in Coda.
Consider setting the Doc Interaction mode to Edit so that your conference attendees can add questions to the meetup page and those questions will get saved to the page for everyone to see and upvote (see
One of the best parts of this template is that once you publish your own version of the doc for a new Virtual Coffee event, people can add their questions before or during the main event. People can upvote their favorite questions. See the Questions section on