There are so many ways you can use Docket but if you want a quick overview, follow these pointers to a happy meeting!
We'll quickly cover these top Docket features including:
The Docket Event Panel displays all of the events created within Docket or which are directly imported from your integrated calendar. Use the Docket event panel to do the following:
Create a New Meeting
Review and select the list of events scheduled for today
Search for and select a previous or future event
Review scheduled one on ones for current week
View all recently edited events
Review all of your meeting information with the Docket Meeting Header. Your Meeting Header includes the following:
Meeting name, date, time
Video Conferencing Link
Meeting information panel button
Schedule a follow up meeting
View present meeting attendees
Send Agenda and Send Recap buttons
Ability to invite meeting attendees to collaborate on agenda
A settings button to control authorship display
Access Private Notes
The ability to save a complete agenda as a template
The ability to populate the meeting workspace with a pre-made agenda template
Create agendas, take notes, and add resources all in a single document view!
Select either a meeting from your Event Panel on the left-hand side of your Docket account, or create a new meeting from scratch
Follow the help text to format and add agenda items
Format and ddd notes to agenda items before, during, and after a meeting
Attach resources (files, Google Drive, URLs) to agenda items
Meeting History for recurring meetings displays in view with your current meeting so you can easily reflect on you past meeting's notes and decisions. Open your recurring meeting history by doing the following:
Click the Meeting History button in the lower right-hand corner of you Docket workspace
Scroll down from your current view to see the expanded meeting workspace which now includes your previous meeting's information
Private notes are 100% private to each individual and are not included in sent agendas and recaps. Open or completely hide private notes from your view by selecting or un-selecting Private Notes located with the meeting header at the top of your meeting workspace.
Docket displays the name of each guest currently contributing to the meeting so that the division of focus is well documented and understood.
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