Past Meetings
Carolline Miranda avatar
Written by Carolline Miranda
Updated over a week ago

The Past-Meetings page in MeetGeek serves as a centralized hub where you can access, organize, and categorize all your previous meetings. This guide will walk you through the key functionalities of this page, including adding tags, categorizing by teams, and organizing by templates used.


Table of content

  1. Accessing Past Meetings

  2. Filtering Past Meetings

  3. Categorizing Meetings

  4. Adding Tags to Meetings

  5. Changing Section Order

  6. Search Functionality

  7. Re-Run Analysis to change language and template

  8. Sharing Options



1. To access all your meetings, go to past meetings. You'll find a chronological list of all your previous meetings.

2. On the left bar you'll find a filtering section for all your past meetings: all, archived, owned by you, shared, and uploaded.

Categorizing Meetings:

  1. Organizing by Teams:

  • You can categorize meetings by team if you have created teams in MeetGeek.

  • Filter meetings by selecting the team filter option.

2. Organizing by Meeting Templates:

  • Each meeting may be associated with a specific template (e.g., team meetings, project updates, etc.).

  • Filter meetings by selecting the desired template filter option.

3. Adding a new section: New sections are similar to folders for your calls. It helps you create a structured environment to navigate through your meetings by having different sections for each type of meeting.


โ€‹



Adding tags to Meetings:

Tagging for Quick Identification:

  • To add tags to a meeting, locate the desired meeting.

  • Click on the "Edit Tags" option associated with that meeting.

  • Write the relevant tags that describe the meeting content, outcomes, or key discussion points.

You can add, remove, or edit existing tags in the meetings that you own.

Drag and Drop Tags:

  • You can drag and drop a meeting card over a tag, and it will add that tag to the meeting.

  • This feature works only for team tags and custom tags.
    โ€‹

Users can also change the order of sections: Note that this applies to sections, not tags. Tags are sorted alphabetically with priority for default ones.

Search Functionality

In MeetGeek, the search functionality lets you quickly locate specific meetings, highlights, or discussions. This feature is designed to enhance your efficiency in navigating through your meeting history. Here's how you can effectively utilize the search function:

  1. Access the Search Bar:

    • At the top of the Past-Meetings page, you'll find a search bar.

    • Click on the search bar to activate it.

  2. Search by Meeting Title:

    • Enter keywords related to the meeting title you're looking for.

    • The search will instantly filter and display relevant meetings, making it easy to locate the specific session you need.

Re-Run Analysis:

With just a click, users can re-run the analysis of past meetings with a different template and language, in case you would like to change the template or forgot to set the right meeting language.

  1. Click on the 3 dots inside your meeting card

  2. Now, click on 'Re-run analysis'

  3. Then select the desired template and language

Sharing Options:

MeetGeek offers sharing options, allowing you to effortlessly collaborate and distribute meeting information with team members, external stakeholders, and your favorite tools. Here's how you can leverage the sharing functionality:

  1. Find the sharing icon within any of your meetings.

2. View the people who can access and invite more people, if needed. You can also share with any of your tools connected to MeetGeek.

Efficient Collaboration:

  • You can customize sharing settings based on your team's collaboration needs. Whether automated or manual, MeetGeek ensures you have control over information dissemination: See Team Setup and Sharing

Bulk Sharing and Delete:

  • Select as many meetings as you want and perform bulk sharing and deletion for more efficient management.

The Past-Meetings page features, you can enhance collaboration, streamline information retrieval, and foster a more organized and productive approach to managing your meeting history.

Did this answer your question?