Or, rather, you might actually like Meetings instead of meetings. Meetings the Mac app which helps you setup and run meetings at work.
Meetings Is Fun
If you hate meetings there’s a chance you’ll like Meetings. This is particularly true for Mac users who want to manage meetings.
Simply put, Meetings does those things in an organized way which often seem to fall apart during a real meeting.
An example is the meeting agenda, easily setup in Meetings and shared with attendees.
Meetings makes it easier to take attendance and manage action items (and who they’re assigned to for, you know, action).
Meetings is calendar based, so it’s useful for executives with personal assistants, or managers who need a more effective way to engage employees.
I like to think of Meetings as Calendar for people stuck in too many meetings. Each meeting can track a number of topics, take meeting minutes, assign action items, and even carry over agenda items to the next meeting.
Action items can be set up by groups, due date, topic, and, of course, the ever important owner of the action item.
What is really decent about Meetings isn’t just the bells and whistles, but the structure, and the sharing options. Action items, attendance records, attachments, and meeting notes can be shared with others via email, PDFs, and RTF documents.
Other Macs can have Meetings documents synchronized through iCloud. Meetings works as well with non-recurring, irregular meetings, as well as scheduled meetings. And, yes, there’s a version available for both iPad and iPhone, so all the details of an upcoming meeting or a past meeting are available on the go.
I hate meetings. But I never mind going to a meeting which is managed by Meetings. Organization and action are good things.