How To Post

Welcome to new friends and new flavors, to rich aromas, fresh bread and two single flames.

Why Post Detailed Descriptions of your Meal?

We all have a little bit of FOMO. Your guests are more likely to sign up for your meal if they know what to expect.  Plus, it helps you stay organized and plan for your dinner so by the time it’s Friday, you’re ready to be a rockstar host!

Questions?

Just email Pammie, our User Experience Specialist

pammie@onetable.org

Posting Your Dinners Online

Once you are logged in, go to the top right of the page, scroll over your picture and click: Create Dinner*

In five minutes or less, fill out all of the information for your dinner. Below are helpful tips for each following section.

Choose what type of dinner you are hosting:

  • Open: Anyone can attend
  • Manual approval: As a host, you approve each guest
  • Invite Only: As a host, you invite your guests via email or Facebook

Cost

  • Choose “free” if your dinner is free
  • If you plan to charge, select “paid” and enter the cost at a price level that makes sense for you and your guests

About the Dinner

Description: Add a few sentences about your dinner. What will be happening? What can guests expect? What is your intention?

Alcohol Policy: Select one of the options based on your preference.

Dietary Restrictions: If applicable, select one option.

What’s for Dinner? This is the fun part! Add the dishes you plan to serve!

You did it!

Click “Publish” to post your dinner**

Click “Save as Draft” to save and finish later**

Your local Hub Manager will be in touch with you the Monday before your dinner to confirm your nourishment choice. You will then receive nourishment in the form of an online gift card.

*We love that so many hosts across the country are sharing the Shabbat dinner love with support from OneTable. Because we want to make sure everyone gets nourished, you must post your dinner on the OneTable platform no later than Tuesday at 11:30 PM in order to be nourished for that Friday night.