Redbridge is excited to partner with Joinable, a new type of social network designed to bring people people together in person. We see it was a missing link when connecting with people at RedBridge — an open door to deeper and more meaningful connections.
We are thrilled that RedBridge members are partnering with Joinable for a custom, private social network. Joinable is designed for sharing your activities. It’s optimized for connecting with like-minded folks before, during, and after events. It’s about staying organized with our communities using what we call "Circles." We want joinable to help connect all RedBridge members in Lisboa, SF, and beyond.
Let me orient you on how you can best take advantage of our ecosystem:
Sign in to RedBridge on Joinable
You will be asked to write a brief profile, and then also let us know how you like to give back to our community, as a mentor, advisor, ambassador, network, or investor. All RedBridgers give back in at least one way. That’s integral to our community.
How do I fill out my profile Bisi?
Have fun with it! What’s that like? Short and focused on your interests in Portugal and possibly California too. Here’s an example from Jonathan.
Born in San Francisco, in love with Portugal and what’s possible in this magnificent country. RedBridge founder, author of the LA Mag story, "The New California Dream is In Portugal," co-author of The Art of Innovation, Ten Faces of Innovation. Author of ten popular books, two on notorious computer hackers, and yes, once a contributing editor for Playboy. Hiker, swimmer, skier, dancer, poet.
Ask me about?
Portugal. San Francisco. RedBridge. Shack15. Innovation archetypes.
I’m learning about?
Portugal. AI and how we can accelerate learning, especially with language, and the creative arts.
Please choose one or more from these selections and put it in your “Extra info (of course do add something personal that’s extra if you like).
Mentor, Advisor, Ambassador, Connector, Investor
Example: Ambassador, Connector (love to brainstorm).
Over the next couple of weeks our First Circle hosts (Sofia, Monyca, and Monica) will start inviting you to their Circles. We will also start posting general RedBridge events, and hope
that you too will share events as well.
Circles are how you connect and share activities. There are two types of Circles, hosted and public.
Hosted Circles, like the RedBridge Circles you've been added to, are private and allows everyone to share with each other. If you know or meet someone, you can connect with them by scanning the QR code in the Circle. Once you are connected, you'll be able to see activities you share in other Circles. Each Hosted Circle has an owner who manages the membership and moderates discussions.
Public Circles and interests or associations you can share with your connections. In a public Circle, you can only share with your connections (and in some cases 2nd degree connections).
Learn more about Circles here.
Activities can be anything from a walk in the park to a week-long adventure to the desert — it's all about finding others with shared interest who would like to join you! When you create an activity, share it with one or more Circles you feel are relevant. Sharing with a "Hosted Circle" (like RedBridge Circles) will invite everyone in the Circle. Sharing with "Public Circles" (e.g., Hiking or Dancing) will only share with your connections. You may choose to share with 2nd degree connections (friends of friends) as well.
Learn more about Shared Activities here.
Bisi’s Tips on How to Maximize RedBridge Joinable:
If you are having problems – email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or view our help docs.