In our new normal of remote work, we are witnessing a complete transformation in the way we collaborate and conduct meetings. Whether for in-person or online meetings, however, note-taking has always remained an important part of the meeting experience.
Now, we see no popular online meeting software that provides a built-in option to take notes while you’re attending a meeting. We either switch tabs back and forth between our note-taking app and the meeting software, or we use a physical notebook to take minutes and note other important discussions.
Today, we’re introducing Meeting Notes to you. This new feature allows you to focus more on the conversation and take quick notes during online meetings. All you need to do is just install Notebook Web Clipper on your browser and do an online meeting.
Meeting Notes is a part of Notebook’s web clipper, which is available on all major browsers. You can use Meeting Notes to take notes quickly and save it your Zoho Notebook account. If you’ve not logged into your Zoho Notebook account in your browser, you can still use Meeting Notes to take notes and save it as a .txt file on your device.
Zoho Notebook users can choose the relevant notebook and add tags before they save the note. Meeting Notes are compatible only with these online meeting software: Zoom, Cisco WebEx, Zoho Meeting, and Zoho Showtime.
Here’s how you can use Meeting Notes from your browser.
Install the Notebook web clipper on your browser. Visit here to install Notebook web clipper for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge.
Join/Host online meetings from your browser using Zoom, Cisco WebEx, Zoho Meeting, or Zoho Showtime.
You will see a floating Notebook icon at the bottom left of your screen.
You can drag the icon to place it anywhere on the screen.
Click on the icon to open the note editor.
Type your notes and save it either to your Zoho Notebook account or as a .txt file.
Save time and be more productive with Meeting Notes. If you wish to add an online meeting software to the support list, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment here.