How to easily maintain the internal organization of your meetings and be on top of it with LogicalPlan

Workspaces can be used in many ways. Not only for specific projects or products but thanks to them you can easily organize your company’s internal processes.

One of the common problems in companies is the poor organization of meetings. Due to that unnecessary chaos arises.

Therefore, there is nothing easier than to create a  workspace with the name “Meetings” in our LogicalPlan application. Make this workspace published so that all of your members in your company can access it. Create a clear project structure. Name the Task Groups based on months of the year. Every new task in each specific Task Group will than represent one meeting.

The task assignee will be the person responsible for the meeting. You simply add participating members to a task. These may also be externalists.

Checklist can be used as bullet points for the meeting’s main topics, it is a list of items that will be the subject of the meeting. This helps members get ready.

Members can communicate through the Discussion section below where everyone can see their comments.

Tip 1:

In the Task list tool create your custom status field called eg. “ MEETING ROOM”.  Each colour can represent different meeting room available in your company. Next custom text field  called eg.” TIME” will show time occupancy of the chosen meeting room. These custom fields ensure perfect time overview of meeting rooms occupancy for your entire company. It’s easy!

Tip 2:

You can have all your meeting documents as part of your tasks. The attachment may include various documents, pictures, external links, videos and much more. By doing so, LogicalPlan will allow you and your co-workers (or external workers) to avoid email clutter. Stay productive with LogicalPlan!

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