You’re probably aware of Jotaros sports meetings already, but they’re also one of the best ways to find out about upcoming games or events.
And now, we’ve got some cool new ways to make your own, too.
With the new series of JOTAROS Sports Meetings, Nintendo has made it easier than ever to find the next meeting.
You can now use the Jotarian Games meetup app to find games and events near you, or you can simply use a combination of those two methods to find one of those special events.
To get started, head to Nintendo’s Jotario Sports Meetup app.
The app has a simple interface with a handful of pre-selected events and times, including the upcoming Nintendo Direct on April 7th, when we’ll be able to get our first glimpse at what we can expect from the Nintendo Switch game.
You’ll also find the ability to filter events based on a variety of criteria, including popularity, community interest, or other factors.
To create a new event, click the “Add New Event” button at the bottom of the screen, then choose “Jotario” from the drop-down menu.
Once that’s done, a new section of events is displayed, where you can filter by “event” or “event format.”
If you choose to filter for “event type,” the app will display the most popular Jotarios events.
From there, you can click on the “Event Format” button to customize the format of your event.
In this section, you’ll find options to create events, select an event from your list of available events, and customize the layout of your new event.
To create a Jotaryo event, select the event from the list and click “Add.”
This will bring up the Create New Event screen, which lets you create the event.
To edit an existing event, right-click on the event and select “Edit.”
Here, you will be able access the event, edit its details, and save it as a file.
You should now be able open the file and edit it to match your needs.
If you’re creating a new Jotarium event, the file is automatically saved as a “JOTARO” event, which is what you’ll see if you click the file’s name.
In the case of this particular Jotaria event, I created the event to be a celebration of the upcoming launch of the Nintendo Direct, which will include gameplay footage and announcements about Nintendo Switch.
I also added a few more details about the event in the description section, so you’ll know what you’re getting when the event launches.
As an added bonus, you have the option to share the event on social media.
If that’s the case, you might want to create a hashtag for the event so other people can see it, too: #JotariasJotaroos.
If you’d rather not share the Jotoaros event on your own social network, you still have the ability.
Just click the share button on the top of the event’s page, then select “Notify Me,” then click “Save.”
You can also add the event as a private event in your calendar or send it to a friend who wants to see it too.
If the event isn’t on your calendar, it’ll pop up as a reminder to keep it on your radar.
For more information on Jotarios Jotaris, you should check out the official Nintendo website.