Staff Meetings: Before you begin to plan and run a staff meeting, review the Read This First section on this site. It contains all the information to get you started. To familiarize yourself with the functions on this app, you can test it by signing up for free meetings.
Creating an Agenda: The Getting Started page shall guide you through how you can become a participant and user, as well as the steps to take when preparing for a meeting. It also contains information on what is needed to run and efficiently document your meeting.
Focus on what's relevant: Once on the app, a user is only able to gain access to the meetings that they are to participate in, and in addition, can only access the to-do tasks that have been directly assigned to them.
Multiple roles, more flexibility: As a user in a meeting, one is able to play multiple roles. These include being a meeting participant, meeting organizer, agenda setter, appointment planner, note taker, to-do editor and file uploader.
Save your draft: Once you have inputted the required information for your meeting, by pressing Save Draft you will be able to save all the information that you have prepared for your meetings as a draft. Only when you have reviewed all this information and it has met your requirements can you then choose to send out invitations or notifications.
Publish and notify: To send out the invitations, you need to publish your meeting by pressing the Publish button. As you do so, all the participants, presenters and moderators will automatically receive a first time invitation. In case of any further changes to the meeting, a notification will also be sent to those required as the meeting has been published.
Cross-platform HTML5 web app An excellent advantage of this app is that it runs well on HTML5-based web browsers on smartphones, tablets and desktops.
To-Do List and Files: Check the Main Functions page to determine how to create a meeting and allocate duties using the to-do list feature. Find a host of useful functions, including sync and status for all the meeting participants.
Taking Notes: The Features page explains how you can enter items onto the agenda, as well as create your own private notes and save a draft for your meeting. You can also publish your meeting.