Meeting Planning Made Easy With These Tools

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You know very well how much of a hassle planning a meeting can be. We are here to help ease the pain with these Great Meeting Planning Tools.

 

Mightybell

Mightybell is a wonderful tool that gives people a place to meet up online, share ideas, have conversations, and to make plans to meet up in the real world. Not only is this tool aesthetically beautiful, it is also simple and easy to navigate about. Mightybell can help you plan your next gathering by quickly polling everyone involved for available dates and times, then seamlessly schedule the meeting and send out invites. You can even create a Mightybell circle if you consistently schedule meetings with the same group of people. And all members can use the tool to organize future meetings, post relevant information or simply chat with each other.

 

World Clock Meeting Planner

Need to make a call to someone far away or arrange a web or video conference across different time zones? Find the best time across time zones with this Meeting Planner. You can add up to 12 different cities around the world; it will help you find the most convenient meeting time for all parties involved. If you already know the time, use the Event Time Announcer to find local times around the globe instead. Furthermore, the Time Zone Converter provides you with the corresponding local time in one location of your choice.

 

GoToMeeting

You can use GoToMeeting to work face to face with anyone, anywhere. GoToMeeting is the extremely simple, extraordinarily powerful web conferencing service. It integrates HD video conferencing, screen sharing and audio conferencing, creating a natural face-to-face collaboration environment on your Mac, PC, iPad, iPhone or Android device. And you can hold unlimited meetings for one low flat fee. GoToMeeting will change the way you work – and perhaps a whole lot more.

 

Doodle

Doodle radically simplifies the process of scheduling events. Doodle cooperates with all of your calendars (Google, Outlook, iCal, Yahoo and more) so you don’t have to switch between Doodle and your calendar of choice. Doodle synchronizes your calendars to avoid double booking and will automatically sync your appointments. Plus, you can set up a Meet Me calendar on Doodle that shows others when you are available — and you can share that privately.

 

minutes.io

Have you ever faced the situation of agreeing on decisions and task assignments in a meeting and it takes days before the minutes are written and sent to everyone—if they ever are? Ever got a quick customer call, whose outcome should be traced and shared? Minutes.io just does that. In an elegant and simple manner. You can use it in your browser, but you don’t need to be connected to the Internet. You don’t need to sign up. And it’s free! Minutes.io provides an online template where the notetaker of the meeting can keep track of attendees and seamlessly record the minutes of each meeting. After the meeting is over, the minutes are stored in your browser and can be emailed via secret URL to all participants, making it easy to access the notes from anywhere.

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Bridget is President of The Get Smart Web Consulting Group, a web presence and digital strategy firm with offices in San Diego County California and Collier County Florida. But more importantly she is a web, tech, and Twitter addict!