We just released a new version of AgreeDo which makes taking meeting notes just a bit nicer. This blog post informs you about new features and bug fixes we made with the current release. We’ll introduce you the major new
Task reminders in AgreeDo Some of you wonder why they don’t get reminders for overdue tasks. The reason is that we don’t want to spam your mailbox with lots of reminders and put into control over your reminders. With the Meeting
We’re proud to announce that AgreeDo is now available in Dutch. AgreeDo is nu beschikbaar in de Nederlandse taal. Welkom bij alle gebruikers uit Nederland. You can now sign up for a new account in Dutch. If you already have
Have you ever had a meeting spin out of control? Maybe you’ve had the items of discussion completely go off topic? To be short: have you ever “experienced” poor meeting efficiency? 47% say it’s a waste of time You’re not alone.
When you sign up for an account on AgreeDo, we grant you a 30-day free access to all premium features of AgreeDo. You do not need to cancel that premium subscription. It will end automatically after 30 days. This trial lets you
Real Meeting Efficiency Is it worth to blog about meeting efficiency … AGAIN? YES I think it is … and yes it is ABOUT TIME! NO, this isn’t another list of tips for better meetings. Face it: Whether it’s a team meeting or a
Over the years every business has different ways of experimenting with meetings. However over the last decade there has been a set of rules that every business uses. Here are three things that companies such as Apple, Google and Nike
Daniel Schwatz (is a full-time design writer and digital nomad) blogged about remote teams and usefull tools. As he sums it up: Remote collaboration is hard. Yeah … well said. Thus we think it’s worth taking a look at his posting. The
As you all know AgreeDo is about meeting efficiency with collaboration on meeting minutes. But today we want to use the chance to say thank you to all our fans out there. Our new look You really helped us a lot!
What’s the flow? The American psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi was working on that topic in the 70s. For this he talked to high level performers like musicians, top athletes or chess players to find out what those persons have in common