Meetings are an essential part of our work life, and we know how challenging it can be to keep track of all details that go into scheduling and managing meetings. And what happens when there are last-minute changes? Or someone needs the room?
It can be stressful and time-consuming to keep track of all the details and update everyone.
But we got you!!
3 tips to stay on top of meetings
Last month we launched the latest addition to our platform, Workplace Central, a centralized meeting overview that gathers all meeting additions in one place in one calendar-like view, so you can solve meeting challenges before they turn into problems.
Let's dive into how you can stay on top of meetings with Workplace Central.
- Only list the relevant meeting rooms
Having all meeting rooms and meetings listed in one view sounds like a good idea, but if you are trying to get a quick overview of all meetings happing in all rooms at the same time, it can quickly get overwhelming and cluttered. Customizing your view and only choosing the meeting rooms that are relevant to you allows you to focus on the details of each meeting, ensuring nothing falls through the cracks.
- Focus on the most important meeting details
When you have all your meetings listed and need an overview of possible actions or changes, you want to focus on these 5 important meeting informations: meeting title, meeting host, room, catering and service requests, and notes. Combining this information in a compact view gives you an idea of what the meeting is about and what could be required for this meeting.
... pssst, you can now go directly to the catering and service requests and edit them via a link in the meeting card. You'll be able to learn how here.
- Adding notes directly to the meeting
Most of us know that sticky notes work great for remembering things, but they are messy, especially if you have a lot. But adding these notes directly on a meeting card in Workplace Central lets you know that something is important about the meeting, but in a discreet add these notes directly on a meeting card in Workplace Central, let you know that something is important about the meeting, but in a sensitive way and non-intrusive way.