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Meetin.gs - Getting Started Complete

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  1. 1. – Guide Use this guide to organize awesome meetings
  2. 2. – Guide 2/9 Meetin.gs creates a shared online space for meeting collabo- Setup is quick and easy through your calendar. ration, including files, shared documents, notes, and agenda. Participants can use their existing tools such as Participants are kept up-to-date through email. Every tablet, smartphone, and desktop applications. meeting has a short email address for sending in meeting related material and notes. Timeline 1 Today Today’s meetings are the first ones shown on your timeline. 1 2 Tasks Tasks are items that require some kind of action from you. These are either related to one specific meeting or pointers to 2 help you use Meetin.gs better. 3 Scheduling 3 Meetings, that have no dates set and require scheduling are shown here. 4 4 Google Calendar G-icon indicates that this meeting is a draft that was imported from your Google Calendar. Click on the draft to create a meeting based on it.
  3. 3. – Guide 3/9 Scheduling a Meeting • Find the meeting time collaboratively by choosing ‘Suggest dates to participants’ when filling in your meeting details. Select the most suitable time after others have answered. • You can also set the date directly.
  4. 4. – Guide 4/9 You can create meetings straight from your You can also forward a calendar invitation calendar. When setting up a meeting, invite: (ICS file) through email to this address. setup@meetin.gs Everyone in the calendar invitation will receive and a meeting will be created based on your an email confirmation with a link to the calendar event. meeting page.
  5. 5. – Guide 5/9 Draft Mode The meeting is a draft, until you have added people, edited agenda, added material and otherwise prepared the space for your meeting. Click Ready when you are done to send the invitations. Preview, customise and send the invitation message.
  6. 6. – Guide 6/9 1 Materials There are three different types 2 of materials: 1. A collaborative document. 1 2. Files from your own computer. 3. Documents from a previous meeting. 2 Invitees See who is attending the 3 meeting and invite more people. Click a participant to edit * access rights. Mobile upload instructions tell you how to let people * invite themselves. 3 Comments Comment meeting materials. Other participants will see your comments as you post them.
  7. 7. – Guide 7/9 Address Book The address book allows you to search not only individual people, but groups of people from previous meetings as well. Connect your accounts (Google and Facebook) to combine your different address books into one place for quick access.
  8. 8. – Guide 8/9 1 Useful Tips 1 Here you can browse, search and add meetings. Access 2 analytics, settings and log out under your avatar icon. 2 Use the dropdown menu to replace, rename, 3 remove or print the file. * 3 Drag & drop multiple files from your desktop to this area. Every meeting has its own * unique email address to send in materials. 4 4 The progress bar shows how much time there is left for the ongoing meeting.
  9. 9. – Guide 9/9 Email Communications Stay up-to-date and interact through email: • Daily updates inform what is new with the meeting. • Every email contains a link to the meeting page. • Reply to add comments, and add attachments to upload materials. For more tips, visit: www.meetin.gs/blog

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