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Lead the team with confidence

Set a clear meeting agenda, capture concise meeting notes, and record trackable action items

Create reusable templates to make meetings more productive
Invite attendees to review the agenda and add updates ahead of time
Distill meeting notes into concise takeaways and capture action items
Knowledge - Meetings - Be consistent

Be consistent

Establish a clear purpose for every meeting. Pre-defined templates for product strategy meetings, feature kickoffs, sprint planning sessions, and more provide structure. Customize each template to your needs or create your own. Share your templates with the team so everyone uses the same formatting.

Knowledge - Meetings - Guide the conversation

Guide the conversation

Lead meetings like a pro. Follow your agenda to stay on track and avoid running over. Encourage participation by spinning up a whiteboard to brainstorm ideas or align on priorities. Take notes as you go to capture decisions, challenges, and open questions.

Knowledge - Meetings - Assign tasks

Assign tasks

Hold the team accountable for action items. Create to-dos to capture agreed-upon tasks — setting an assignee and due date for each one. Review the status at the start of the next meeting to drive progress. This keeps your meetings productive and results-oriented.

Knowledge - Meetings - Elevate notes

Elevate notes

Follow up with attendees right after the meeting. Use the AI assistant to quickly summarize raw notes into a few concise bullets. Send out a recap — so everyone is clear on what was discussed during the meeting. Use comments to address any loose ends with the team.

Knowledge - Meetings - Build a repository

Build a repository

Track all of your meetings in one place that is neatly organized by date and time. Toggle between upcoming and past meetings, opening a drawer view to see the details. Store meeting agendas and notes in your internal wiki so anyone on the team can easily access them and go back in time to find key context.