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Frequently asked questions
We recently launched Mindup so we’re still working on some major features and improving upon what we already have. We hope you’ll share your feedback on how we can make your Mindup experience better. At some point in the future, we’ll begin offering paid plans, but we’ll give you a big heads up before we do and you will still have the option to keep your free plan forever.
When a meeting is finished, you may want to go back to review the notes, decisions, or action items. You can find these details in the meeting history.
Both! To effectively prepare for a meeting, share discussion points before the meeting so everyone can think about it ahead of time. During the meeting, add your meeting notes as a comment so you can come back to review the conversation at a later time.
No, you can add as many topics or comments to your meeting as you want. Although, we highly recommend keeping your agenda to 3-5 topics per meeting so that you stay focused on the most important discussion points.
We currently have two primary integrations—Google Calendar and Microsoft 365. Our upcoming integrations will eventually include Slack, Asana, Notion, Atlassian, and Zapier, among others. If you have other integrations in mind that would be valuable for you, don’t hesitate to let us know.
Each meeting has its own shareable link—easy peasy. Click Share on the agenda page and it’ll be on your clipboard ready to paste elsewhere. Our powerful Message participants feature is also a super fast way to get people into your meeting or following up with them afterwards.
No, your meeting attendees will not receive any notifications unless they have already joined Mindup or you have explicitly shared content with them.
One of our most important features is the ability to Comment on agenda topics, which allows every attendee to contribute and prepare for the meeting ahead of time. This means you can share and read updates or reports ahead of time, spending the majority of your meeting on more important conversations. You can also take notes during the meeting and come back to those if you need to at a later time.