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This is our second post in the Use Case Marathon series, and today, we're discussing Team Meetings in Wrike.
How are you using Wrike to manage team meetings effectively?
Setting Up Regular Team Meetings in Wrike
In Wrike, you can organize and plan meeting agendas so that anyone on your team can add discussion topics. Based on those tasks, it’s easy to prioritize topics as needed, and then share the agenda in advance so everyone on your team can come prepared.
Some teams struggle with setting up meeting agendas, storing and updating meeting notes, providing access to them for team members. This is especially true for virtual meetings in remote work environment.
What functionality is being used:
- Folder Structure
- Recurrent Tasks
- Task Descriptions
Are you using Wrike to manage team meetings effectively? How have you approached this in the remote work environment? We’d love to hear your tips, insights, and best practices below.
Or, would you like to learn more about how this could benefit you and your team? Let us know in the comments below!
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