Starting in a new role at a large company is exciting but stressful, and right after getting settled in you might find yourself looking for ways to stand out from your peers to help further develop your career. Though nothing stands out like great work, there are several smaller actions
Our newest release has a number of user experience improvements and additional features that we are excited to share with you! Our main focus with this release was on the settings/preferences experience alongside improvements to our transcription features. A number of the features that we created came from your
Taking minutes tailored to the kind of meeting you are running can not only produce more effective minutes but can also save you time and effort. In this article, we discuss some key differences in minute taking styles depending on the kind of meeting you are attending.
Today we are thrilled to announce that Knowtworthy is officially going into closed Beta! Our team has worked very hard to get this release to you and we look forward to hearing your thoughts on the new platform and all of the changes we have made since the Alpha.
Not all meetings are created equal. Some meetings are more structured, some are less. Some have more attendees, some have fewer. This article investigates how to effectively run all-hands meetings, engineering meetings, product meetings, and interdisciplinary team meetings.
Meetings are nearly ubiquitous, without them, companies would struggle to align their employees on valuable projects. But so many of our meetings provide little value and waste time. This article demonstrates the dangers of weekly meetings and gives tips on good meeting purposes and objectives.
On October 1st Knowtworthy demoed at Future Fest, an annual tech festival showcasing the latest and greatest in Toronto Tech. Throughout the evening, we had the opportunity to meet a ton of people who all agreed that, yes, meetings suck, but we know how to make them better.
Unproductive meetings happen all the time, sometimes because people arrive unprepared and sometimes because people don’t contribute. But a sure-fire way of reducing the productivity of people’s workflow is to take bad minutes or take no minutes at all.
As a company interested in all things note taking, we sent out a survey in early May to find out more about how students prepare for assessments and what kind of role note taking plays in their studies. From a sample size of 47, we received interesting results across all