Showcases all that’s happening in the Vivaldi community – blogs, forum, and various other Vivaldi services. Buzzing with ideas and discussions, and of course, a great way to meet Vivaldi users.
Meet the Vivaldi founders in Palo Alto on March 9th and let us know what you would like to see in a browser.
Following the migration of Vivaldi’s forum to NodeBB last November, today we have moved the Vivaldi Blog to vivaldi.com.
We’ve given the Vivaldi Forum a facelift and upgraded to more modern and flexible tools. Have a look at what’s new!
We continue our look into how Vivaldi is being used by people in various parts of the world. We like to share user profiles at Vivaldi, not only because we are interested in everyone’s success, but also because we ourselves learn a lot about how folks interact with Vivaldi, and how we can make it better based on the advice of our friends.
Hi everyone! We hope that everyone in the northern hemisphere is enjoying this beautiful summer weather! Summer means vacation for most but for us at Vivaldi, we are working hard to incorporate your suggestions and fulfill the goals of our next release.
We’re so impressed with all the creative themes that you sent to us! Thank you! It’s amazing to see how you’ve made Vivaldi into your own, personal browser.
Want to win some Vivaldi swag? Get your creative juices flowing and show your country’s colors with Vivaldi themes.
Mateus and his teacher Francisco José Quesada González talk about installing Vivaldi in the classroom and how the new browser inspired ideas and exploration.
We’re adding a new category to our blog and sharing stories from members of Vivaldi’s community. Today we’re publishing the story from Bruce (also known as ayespy in Vivaldi’s Forum and in the comments), who has helped many of us.
Last week was a busy one. I’ve been honored to meet so many Vivaldi users in London, Paris, Brussels and Oslo. Thanks for all the great discussions.
I tend to travel a lot for work. I’ve always found it valuable to meet people in person. I find it builds far better relationships than you can with emails, phone calls or video conferences.