MinuteBase Creates Agendas and Manages Notes for Your Next Meeting [Meetings]

January 22, 2010 at 10:34 pm (Uncategorized)

MinuteBase Creates Agendas and Manages Notes for Your Next Meeting

Agendas and thorough notes are an important part of every meeting, but they’re a hassle to put together and hand out. Web-based meeting organizer MinuteBase’s templates and tools make the process a whole lot easier.

MinuteBase helps you organize and manage your meetings—from who attended, to what was talking about and delegated. Quickly throw together an agenda, email it to team members, then add minutes in real-time right from your browser. Everything is stored as you type so you don’t have to keep hitting enter as you go.

It’s easy to follow up on tasks you’ve assigned to individuals or entire teams, and the app will even track what’s been done and what still needs to be completed. Want to share files? No sweat. MinuteBase handles PDFs, Word docs, and even PowerPoint presentations with no problem. Images are previewed right on the page, and files are grouped for easy download.

One of the coolest things about MinuteBase is that it’s editable by others so if someone misses a meeting they can add their thoughts later. Completed meeting minutes are easily emailed, and you can also download a PDF for your files.

MinuteBase can do a whole lot of things, so if you work in a meeting-intensive environment you’ll definitely want to check it out. The free plan allows for one administrator, 25 MB of storage, and PDF export; premium plans offer more features and benefits. While the app is in beta, all the plans are free, so head over and check it out now.

Send an email to Lisa Hoover, the author of this post, at lisa@lifehacker.com.

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