Meetings with WEDO
Corporate meetings usually involve several people, which is why they are usually created from workspaces.
It is also possible to prepare a meeting agenda from one's own personal space - for example, for bilateral meetings.
Meetings in WEDO consist of different elements.
Before - during - after the meeting
With WEDO, the focus is on the three key moments that frame a meeting: first, the time leading up to the meeting, a preparation phase that allows attendees to prepare their interventions and the agenda. Then the central phase, the writing of the meeting minutes in real time. Finally, after the meeting, the editors have time to reread and modify the meeting minutes if necessary.
The 5 steps of a meeting with WEDO
These three key moments are covered by 5 distinct steps in WEDO
You will start by defining the meeting attendees. You will then have the possibility to prepare the agenda in teams thanks to the multiple edition mode. You will be able to create agenda items, define the presenters of the different items and document these same items by attaching files to them.
After the agenda preparation phase, you will be able to validate it so that the attendees can come and read it before the day of the meeting. You will always have the opportunity to edit the validated agenda if it needs to be modified.
On the day of the meeting, you will be able to start writing in real time. You will complete your various points by entering paragraphs, decisions, tasks or private notes. The table of contents on the side menu on the left side of the screen will allow you to easily navigate through the different items on the agenda.
After the meeting, you will have the opportunity to review and edit the meeting minutes if necessary. All elements, attendees, items, sub-items, paragraphs, private notes, decisions and tasks can be corrected as necessary. The meeting minutes can also be edited by more than one person.
The last step will be to lock the meeting minutes to freeze its contents. A locked meeting minutes can no longer be edited.
There are more specific articles that will guide you through the Meetings module.