Last week, I attended LabPhon online and co-hosted a satellite workshop with my co-author Paul De Decker on "Challenges for Change." We discussed 9 methodological challenges our presenters have faced during the pandemic, and we brainstormed solutions going forward. We had a very good discussion about what circumstances, types of studies, and populations benefit from online participation, compared to those that benefit from in-person work. The conference also had pre-recorded talks and flash talks (replacing posters) plus live streaming, live Q&A, and asynchronous chat. It was organized on the Whova platform with live interaction streamed through Zoom, which was a winning combination lacking the technical catastrophes of some recent online conferences. Overall, good!