Planning a meeting in a group: tools

Most meetings, conferences and conventions are planned by several people. I’ve collected some great tools for you to keep everybody updated, arrange tasks and make sure your next event is going to be a succes!

working in a team

Asana
Web application Asana moves the communication of your emails to an uncluttered page. Here you have an instant overview of tasks, what other members are doing and you can easily respond to specific actions. Less time emailing, more time getting things done.

Evernote
Evernote business keeps adding functions to her services. which is great, because it’s getting a great tool for business meeting planners! Evernote makes building knowledge together easy. Search through relevant information from other sources and create presentations without other presentation software.

Dropbox
Share and update documents, pictures, spreadsheets and everything else you’d like easily with Dropbox. It’s safe and secure and reachable with your computer, tablet and smartphone. And how great is it to never search again for the latest version of that important document? I thought so!

Skype
Free of charge internet calls and cheap calls to phones all over the world. That is Skype. They also offer a chat function and group calls up to 10 people. No matter where you are! And the great thing is, more and more people are using Skype business-wise. It could save your company a lot of money.

Buffer
Buffer says they are the easiest way to publish on social media. And they are probably right! Not only can you schedule Tweets, LinkedIn, Google+ & Facebook updates with pictures and links, you can also see what is scheduled, create team member roles and look into statistics.

Don’t forget these 5 handy apps for meeting planners as well! Hope you like them as much as I do. Happy planning!

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