People matter most
Deepen relationships across your community, anywhere people are.
You are a product-driven organization
You share a mission and vision with the people who use your services
That's way, way bigger than just software
You share knowledge, ideas, code, roadmaps,
And a belief that growth is best when it's led by
Your champions, your advocates
We believe there's a better way
For organizations to build, innovate, and engage with their customers
We're on a mission to enable a new type of relationship
Based on authenticity, collaboration, and community –
A better way to build relationships with the people who matter most
Anywhere they are.
Welcome to Common Room.
Who We’re For
Leaders across organizations use Common Room to connect with the people in their communities.
Community Leaders want to identify, nurture, and support product champions.
Software adoption is fundamentally changing. Today, the people in your community are your best advocates and most important contributors.
Common Room gives you a unified view of what’s happening across platforms —
— Twitter, Slack, GitHub, Discourse, Discord, Intercom, Meetup, and more.
Common Room is built in partnership with incredible community-focused organizations.
We'll be there for you
Because you're there for us too.
Join Uncommon, the gathering place for anyone interested in connecting with community-minded people. Uncommon’s pioneer members lead communities at people- and product-focused organizations.
Head of Customer Experience, Notion
CPO, Head of Global Engagement Marketing, Asana
We believe it’s better to work together to define and redefine the best ways to put people and communities at the center of product innovation.
Hiring for a community leader? Looking for a role that focuses on building relationships with people? Uncommon will highlight opportunities to support your search.
Build relationships beyond your organization, connect with people who share your passion, and join us for events, digital high-fives, and surprises.
We affectionately call ourselves "Roomies."