“Yes”, “No”, “Maybe”, Ignore … How to effortlessly track meeting attendance with Meetinch Attend
Have you ever experienced an infrequent meeting?
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RIGA, Latvia, October 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Uncrowded meetings tend to happen occasionally.
When most attendees responded with ‘tentative’, ‘maybe’, or did not respond at all to the email invitation, at the start of the meeting, it is not clear whether it will be worth it. to be executed.
It’s a question of the past.
The technology company points. Now presents the latest member of their meeting productivity tools – Attend Meetinch.
Attend tackles this problem by providing a solution that none of the other digital tools offer.
Sounds intriguing? Let’s dive deeper.
Attend Meetinch is a digital assistant that tracks potential meeting attendance by analyzing participant responses.
Having the right (number of) people around the table is one of the pillars of any successful meeting. Even more, 65% of managers say meetings prevent them from concentrating and finishing their work.
So make sure each meeting is efficient and not a waste of time.
Also, in the event that key people cannot participate, re-schedule it and this time avoid the consumer with only 30% of the team present.
How? ‘Or’ What Attend Meetinch job?
1) Schedule the meeting
Send a meeting request to your teammates as usual.
2) Receive an automatic RSVP summary
Set a time before the meeting to receive a summary of RSVP status (code yellow, red, or green – keep reading to learn more about this): who accepted the invitation, who declined, and who attempted or not did not respond.
3) Send a reminder automatically
So what’s the RSVP summary for code yellow, red, and green?
These are the three ways summaries appear in the email.
Suppose the organizer sends an invitation with a meeting agenda to all attendees.
Ideally, everyone can make it to the meeting, right? Well, that’s not always the case.
When one or more participants still have not responded two hours before the meeting, the “yellow email” from Attend Meetinch is received.
With a single click, a reminder can now be sent to these teammates in case they forget it or change their mind.
Here is another situation.
Imagine that some of the guests were still not sure whether to participate, but two of the coworkers turned it down.
This could turn out to be a potentially ineffective meeting due to declined and tentative attendees, so the “red email” is received as a warning.
What to do next?
1: Reschedule the meeting because everyone’s presence is crucial.
2: Keep sending reminders to the rest of the team.
3: Enjoy a meeting with those who show up.
Congratulations! Here is the “green email”! Now, that’s when all the guests are ready to attend the meeting.
Attend Meetinch can be every company’s new RSVP digital tracking assistant.
Ready to try it? It’s free to get started. Learn more!
For more information on Attend Meetinch email to [email protected]
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