Remote teams use flat.social to socialise, collaborate and throw virtual parties! Create a permanent meeting space where each guest can move around, talk with others in proximity and hide for gossip in private rooms. It’s fun, creative, unstructured and nourishes the connections between your team members. With a number of activities designed to bring your team together, flat.social can act both as a company event space and a permanent virtual office where your remote team can hang out, play and collaborate.
All Hands Meetings - Sometimes also called a town hall, an all-hands meeting is a regular company-wide meeting in which all leaders, stakeholders, and employees gather to discuss the most important topics within the organization.
Coffee Chats - Coffee chats are informal, unstructured meetings that help people to know each other better. As the name suggests, they would usually happen over a coffee but the choice of beverage is (usually) not restricted!
Daily Stand-ups - Daily stand-ups are strategic daily meetings that help to keep the team connected, informed, and on schedule.
Onboarding Remote Employees - Most of the communication happens in goal-oriented meetings that are scheduled ahead and are there to focus on the task. If a new employee would be to join a company with no physical office, he might get to know a couple of the colleagues that he is working directly with.
One-To-One Meetings - A one-to-one meeting (or 1:1 meeting) is a recurrent check-in between two people within your company.
Quick Catch-Ups - Most of the meetings are are scheduled with a goal-oriented objective in mind and have an agenda. Serendipitous quick catch-ups rarely have one - often they’re just normal conversations between people which arise spontaneously and the topic is dictated by the current context.
Virtual Break Room - A virtual break room is an online space that you deliberately set up for spontaneous interactions. It’s a permanent digital video-conferencing space that is always open and allows anyone from your organization to show up at any time to speak with other participants who are already over there.
Virtual Team Building - Create a permanent meeting space where each guest can move around, talk with others in proximity and hide for gossip in private rooms. It’s fun, creative, unstructured and nourishes the connections between your team members.
Virtual Workplace - A virtual workspace is a simulated office space that sports communication and collaboration tools that replicate the experience of a physical office space. It can act as a collaborative hub for teams that work remotely and don’t have physical HQ where they can meet in person daily.
Ideation Session - Ideation is a meeting during which the team generates solutions and ideas through a number of ideation techniques. Those include brainstorming, prototyping, the worst possible idea, and visual collaboration.
Online Brainstorming - Brainstorming is a method creative groups and companies use to create new ideas to come up with novel solutions to clearly defined problems.
Online Meetup - Meet-ups are social get togethers where participants with similar interests gather to discuss suggested topics
Virtual After Parties - As the name suggests, after party is the party that happens after a main event. During an after party the participants of the event might continue to network and meet others for more time. It’s an extension to the main event that is usually more casual and relaxed. After parties happen after conferences, concerts and all sorts of events that gather people together.
Virtual Happy Hours - Whether you're organising a weekly happy hours, fun lunch meeting or just want a space for your team to hang out in - we've got the tools you need to get started immediately.