Hearing that Elementor users worldwide are busy producing boatloads of output is a wonderful thing. Local groups of Elementor users are coming together to meet and pool ideas. From Dhaka to Denver, these meetups of professionals have been popping up across 14 time zones, and not just to sit and talk about Elementor. The Meetups have become hotspots for professional designers, writers, and marketers to discuss their work, share ideas, seek opinions, insight, constructive critiques, inspiration, and even network.
“Spring is the time of plans and projects,” wrote the industrious Russian author Leo Tolstoy. Indeed something wonderful is brewing and we’re grateful for allowing us to share this with you.
Keep us posted and let us know about your local Meetup? How did it go?
Munich’s March Meetup
This last March saw the very first Elementor Meetup in Munich.
In an enthusiastically received event led by Helmut H. Göbel, over 30 eager designers and e-marketeers were given a hands-on introduction to both the basic and pro capabilities of Elementor’s renowned WordPress editor.
Although many aspects and practical applications were reviewed, we understand that participants were especially interested in learning how to create multilingual websites using Elementor and defining headers and footers. Both subjects that were discussed excitedly and at length, which would probably explain why many have already signed up to participate in the future meetups.
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It’s Munich Again, for the April Meetup!
With barely time to breath, industry professionals were back to get more insight on how best to use the Elementor editor.
It was especially nice to see so many familiar faces the March meetup. We were lucky enough to have Helmut H. Göbel return to host the event devoted to WordPress templates and using them in Elementor. In particular, the talks focussed on templates for sections and pages, global widgets, headers/footers, as well as, single and archive layouts.
The advantage of having over 30 professionals in a room, each with varying degrees of experience using Elementor the amount of insight and thought-provoking ideas that arose during the exciting discussions. Another advantage is how these meetups are consistently proving to be the perfect place for industry professionals to network.
We are especially grateful to Danijel Rose, who has very kindly posted his summary and comments on some of the issues discussed at this meetup.
Big Turn for Bangladesh Meetup in Dhaka
Rounding up Dhaka’s very first Elementor Meetup, we have nothing but compliments and praise. At the event, organizer and host M Asif R. introduced around 60 digital marketing and web professionals to the Elementor editor for WordPress.
The main presentations were “How to thrive with Elementor in Gutenberg World” and “Popups in Elementor: Sky is the Limit”, addressing many of the fundamental aspects of working with Elementor that attendees were eager to learn about.
We had the first @elemntor Dhaka #Meetup today in our @WPDevTeam office. I was so amazed to see so many #Elementor #WordPress #Enthusiasts attended. From today’s discussion I opened up a Facebook Group for Bangladeshi users, feel free to join here - https://t.co/TxNDs6KD1k pic.twitter.com/e6QFelRx9j— M Asif Rahman Ⓦ (@Asif2BD) March 29, 2019
Many of the participants are already planning on attending the next Meetup (scheduled for April 26th), and excited to get to grips with some of the higher-level aspects and capabilities of Elementor. After all, this Meetup was just the beginning.
Dhaka Pros Mastering Elementor at the April Meetup
Fast off of the success of Dhaka’s first Elementor Meetup, enthusiastic participants were already eager to learn more at the recent April meetup organized and hosted by M Asif R..
The aptly named, “Excel with Elementor” meetup saw amazing sessions on Elementor Widget Development, presented by Obi Plabon, and on mastering Landing Pages, presented by Fazle Rabbi.
“It was an honor to be there and sharing my experience with Elementor,” said Mr. Rabbi, who praised the organization of the event and added that it was a “very impactful” event.
Like Mr. Rabbi, many expressed their gratitude to Mr. Asif R for establishing the Elementor community in Bangladesh and helping it grow.
Unsurprisingly, the April meetup generated interesting discussions on both the local Dhaka and the international Elementor social networks. This included an impromptu Q&A with Mr. Plabon on creating widgets and how easy it is to do in Elementor, with some basic knowledge of PHP.
India’s First Elementor Meetup Off to a Successful Start in Surat
Local industry pros and Elementor users were eager to get a seat at India Surat ’s very first Elementor Meetup in April.
Thanks to host Alkesh M., local designers, developers, marketers, and advertisers received an in-depth introduction to the Elementor editor for WordPress and a live demonstration of Elementor’s creative flexibility and time-saving efficiency.
Today, I'm so much excited and successfully completed first ever @elemntor meetup in India.— Alkesh Miyani (@miyanialkesh7) April 13, 2019
I'm thankful to #Elementor community to give me this big chance. Also thankful to all my volunteer team who gave me support.
It's a big day for me in my life 👍#ElementorSurat pic.twitter.com/hatlNov1IT
After the event, Mr. Alkesh tweeted to share how grateful he is to many people who attended the event saying “I’m thankful to Elementor community to give me this big chance. Also, thankful to all my volunteer team who gave me support….It’s a big day for me”.
As interest in Elementor continues to grow following the buzz generated by the Surat meetup, Mr. Alkesh has kindly made his Introduction to Elementor presentation available online.
London Elementor Meetup Bigger than Expected
UK Elementor community seems to be teeming with enthusiasm. Professional web designers, content creators, digital advertisers, and marketers descended upon the capital from near and far to gain insight from colleagues and gather tips, tricks and best practices from Elementor experts.
With so many eager Elementor users on the waiting list, meetup host Mike Kellner was forced to find a larger venue.
The event also proved to be a great opportunity for participants to network and share projects, ideas, and inspiration.
Elementor in the North!
This April, host and Elementor expert Dave Foy, had the brilliant idea of making the first ever Elementor Meetup in North UK an informal gathering. Fellow northern professionals, experts, and enthusiasts gathered at the First Elementor Leeds Meetup to learn about new features, share insight, tips, tricks, and network with local colleagues.
If you’re new to the Elementor community, you probably haven’t heard of Dave yet, and aren’t aware of his amazing tutorials. While you’re waiting for the next Elementor Meetup in the north, you might want to check out his YouTube channel.
Elementor Dazzles WordPress Pros at First Düsseldorf Meetup!
Where better to entertain the growing enthusiasm for Elementor in Düsseldorf than at Super7000, Düsseldorf. Host and community leader, Siggi Becker, purposely chose the self-proclaimed “mother of all coworking spaces” to make the hands-on introduction to both the basic and pro capabilities of Elementor’s renowned WordPress editor.
Over 40 local designers, developers, marketers, and advertisers thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to share ideas and network. So much so that many of them are already listed as attending the next Düsseldorf Elementor Meetup, this May 21st.
Fantastic turnout for Ahmadabad’s First Elementor Meetup
Over 60 professional web designers, content creators and e-marketers came together for the first time, to the Meet and Collaborate event hosted by Deep P. and Mosam Gor, at the OSCOD TECHNOLIGIE’s Ahmedabad Office. The April meet up provided eager Elementor users of all levels to gain insight from colleagues and gather tips, tricks and best practices from Elementor experts, as well as share ideas and inspiration.
Raleigh Rolls Out a Weekly Elementor HelpDesk
This last April, host Frank C. Jones began launched the Elementor Help Desk, a weekly gathering of Raleigh-Durham Elementor users of all levels to “provide an opportunity to work on … Elementor projects with support close at hand”. Every week, the group offers an hour of free support which draws digital marketers and web designers from around the area, to pool ideas, create solutions, and get inspired, as well as show off their own projects and network.
Moving Up with Second London Elementor Meetup
London Elementor users are really coming together as a true community. Earlier this May, host, and London community leader, Mike Kellner provided a welcomed excuse for London professionals in design and advertising to get together. Many of the familiar faces were seen at London’s very first meetup held back in April and were eager to revisit the atmosphere that they had enjoyed.
With so much to discuss and share, colleagues found that there just wasn’t enough time to get through everything and are already setting a date for a June meetup. Meanwhile, the community is excitedly sharing ideas and insight within the group’s page online.
Elementor Community Springs to life in Colorado Springs
Industry professionals in and around Colorado Springs, gathered May 14th for their very first Elementor Meetup. The event gathered designers, developers, marketers, and advertisers, for an in-depth introduction to the Elementor editor for WordPress, and a live demonstration of Elementor’s creative flexibility and time-saving efficiency. Host and local Elementor Expert, Mike Sale also added a practical session of tips, tricks, and shortcuts to participants who were thrilled to be a part of the burgeoning Elementor community in the southwest.
Mastering Themes at Munich's May Meetup
This May, Munich’s Elementor Meetup group decided to tackle Themes, an aspect of WordPress that continues to concern designers, advertisers, and other Elementor Users around the globe.
Local Elementor expert, Danijel Rose, reviewed the best WordPress Themes for Elementor, discussing their advantages, disadvantages, and differences in performance.
Host Helmut H. Göbel explained that the aim of this particular meetup was to create a foundation, not just for a professional discussion the Themes, but to give Elementor users the insight they need when faced with finding the optimal Theme for their own projects in Elementor.
Users of all levels found the meetup equally rewarding. “In the end, we just want to exchange experiences and benefit from the knowledge of others so that it takes us further and we have fun with our projects,” writes group member, Mario Hoff.
Mr. Rose has since shared his thoughts in a summary of his lecture on Themes, that is now available on his online blog.
This May Sees Very First Madrid Meetup
Some 65 professional digital designers and online advertisers, from in and around the Spanish capital were given a hands-on introduction to both the basic and pro capabilities of Elementor’s renowned WordPress editor. Hosts Angel G Zinsel’s and Santiago Becerra’s goal is to establish a thriving Elementor community in Madrid, to help enrich the knowledge and insight among local users. Judging by the responses in the meetup group, the 132 member community is off to a strong start.
Düsseldorf Meetup Group Dazzles Again!
This May, Düsseldorf Elementor experts returned to the Super7000, for their successful second Meetup. This time, Host Siggi Becker set up a pretty impressive agenda, which included a discussion on the new Elementor Pro agreement and Anja Reimann’s review of her celebrated website, that recently featured among the world’s Top 10 Elementor based website designs for April 2019.
The event’s highlight was most likely the workshopping session, where Elementor experts shared ideas and insight with colleagues of all levels, on how to improve their projects and workflow.
Aussies gather for first Elementor Meetup Down Under
What a kick-off for Aussie Elementor Lovers, an organic Facebook group of over 80 profesional Elementer users, who celebrated their very first meetup mid May. The event, held at the Gold Coast Local Training College, was aimed at giving Aussie Elementor enthusiasts an opportunity to finally meet each other face-to-face, discuss ideas, new features, and share their work, advice and assistance.
The Meetup was so wonderfully received that host, Michael Viller, has already scheduled regugal meetup for the 3rd Thursday of the month, every month.
Want to host a Meetup in your hometown? Just register using the Elementor host a meetup form.