By Exquisitus Inc.
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Meetings is a great app for managing your meetings effectively, on your Mac, iPad and iPhone.
Write meeting minutes with ease, setup meeting agendas, manage action items, take attendance, set up reminders and quickly prepare meeting related emails.
Power and simplicity work in tandem for you. Everything is set up so that you can use the app with only basic set of features, or manage every aspect of running a meeting through it. Features get enabled only if you use them, otherwise they stay out of your way.
Meetings is used successfully by many people all over the globe, from large corporations to small businesses and NGOs. We listen to all feedback, positive and negative. If you need help or if you want us to add new features, please drop us a note.
Meetings integrates effortlessly with your Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Reminders, Spotlight and other third-party apps like Microsoft Outlook, OmniFocus, Evernote, Things and even Salesforce.com.
Read what some of the web's most renowned blogs and on-line magazines say about Meetings:
iMore: “Everything from setting and tracking the agenda to meeting minutes can be handled within the app. Meetings is designed to use only the features that you'll need, from the basic tools to the more advanced features.”
Macworld: “As its name ever-so-subtly suggests, Exquisitus’s Meetings is designed to help you get a handle on your meetings, from scheduling all the way to keeping minutes.”
Mac360: “Meetings is calendar based, so it’s useful for executives with personal assistants, or managers who need a more effective way to engage employees.”
148apps: “Meetings provides users with a clean interface and unique features to manage meetings on the iPad, iPhone and Mac effortlessly.”
What's New in Version 1.4.8
- You can now filter the meeting topics quickly by using our new filter option. It adds some help around managing large meeting topic lists, until we release the meeting groups feature.
- You can now set the time of meetings as well as the time on due dates for action items and reminders.
- We made the agenda use the selected formatting style when the agenda is added as a template for the meeting minutes. You can turn this off if you like the plain formatting.
- We fully revamped the Markdown display screen with more export and direct email options.
- You can now easily push down new agenda items to the meeting minutes text, when the agenda items are added during a meeting.
- We added a large font text formatting style for better readability of text written in symbolic alphabets.
- We fixed the Spotlight integration issue affecting some customers and some emailing issues with Apple Mail on 10.9.2.
- Various other fixes and improvements, including fixes for iCloud and the annoying duplicated first letter issue when adding new meeting participants.
Decent App - Lots of Opportunity for Improvement
The latest release is rock solid. Always improving. Still some work to be done, but this just keeps getting better.
UPDATE: After some email exchanges with the support staff, this is getting much better. They have promised some enhancements, some clean up and I am anxiously awaiting the next release. Helpful support folks, especially a friendly fellow named Nick.
This app is somewhat difficult to use until you get used to how it works. Many of the features are still quite rough around the edges, and can be quite maddening to use at times.
I’ve been using Meetings for Mac for about a month now… and have a couple of observations/questions/requests. These observations have to do with the recording and publishing minutes aspect of Meetings. Since there is no “manual” for the app, and the HELP section is very basic, rudimentary and limited in scope, I have written for assistance and to offer a couple of suggestions. Response was good from developer staff.
When I create an agenda, I can email it. Instead of just sending the email, the Mac Mail app prompts that the email addresses do not appear to be correctly formatted as email addresses. The recipients email addresses are squished together, and separated by commas (no spaces)… which for some reason, causes Mac Mail to fail to recognize the individual email addresses as such. Manually editing the addresses to correct works. Developer says there’s a fix coming in next update.
This app has shown quite a bit of potential, but so far, that potential is yet to be harnessed. Hopefully there are some major enhancements coming in the area of minutes/note taking.