Should It Be a Meeting?

Fun and easy way to find out if you really need a meeting πŸ™ŒπŸΌ

#5 Product of the DayMay 02, 2018

Ever been in a meeting that easily could've been an email? πŸ€”

Should It Be a Meeting helps you ask the right questions to figure out if you really need to have another meeting.

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8 Reviews5.0/5
Hello Product Hunt community - @dylansather and I are so excited for our first launch! We built Should It Be a Meeting with a straightforward (and fairly obvious) goal in mind - to help you spend less time in unproductive meetings at work. We've been fortunate to work at both small and large companies, and we've experienced first-hand how a meetings-heavy culture can crush a team's productivity and morale. We hope our tool is equal parts fun and useful, with just a hint of snark. 😜 Enjoy using it - feel free to share with your colleagues at work, and we'd love any feedback you have! πŸ™
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@dylansather @droosevelt Love this... needs to be a Slack integration maybe through Slackbot. It could pop up whenever you type the word "schedule" into a thread 🀣
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@abadesi thank you! And wow...you might be on to something with the Slack integration...
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This is a great tool! Elon would be proud πŸ˜‰
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Thanks @angeliquesocial! Feel free to send it straight to Elon πŸ˜ƒ
Beautiful! I sent this to my management and got fired. Kidding, I didn't get fired, but seriously, this is perfect! πŸ˜ƒ
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Thank you @rdev! Scared us for a second... 😬
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I have a real gripe with people deciding to schedule pointless meetings, some people do it more than most...

Either way, those people now can take the decision making out of the process and use this handy little product. Nice work guys!

Pros:

Does exactly what is says, loved sending this to everyone in the team

Cons:

Needs more questions!

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Love this!! Presenting it during our all hands today!
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Music to our ears - thanks @rabie!