We hear you loud and clear.
If there’s one thing that people like about Trackmeet, its agenda templates.
So we added some. Twenty to be exact.
Taking a cue from Google Docs and Microsoft Office templates, we’ve endeavored to add as many sample agendas as possible to give you, our users, a head start when building your meetings. Select an agenda and GO!
Don’t like what we’ve got to offer? No problem! Build your own.
Here’s a full rundown of all the new templates we’ve included in Trackmeet…
General Business Meetings
Staff Meeting – Great starting point for that weekly update meeting with your team. Collaborate and get staff to build the agenda with you by adding their own topics and content.
Management Team – Trackmeet is well suited for capturing status and ensuring your management update meeting runs like clockwork. Have managers/VPs own a topic and provide a description/attach a summary of their week.
One to One – Track tasks and take notes from your manager-direct report 1:1s. Get direct reports to assemble an agenda in advance and then go through their topics together. Send a summary once complete.
Project Kickoff – Set the tone and expectations around your project meetings right from the start
Project Planning – Use Trackmeet to manage meetings throughout the project lifecycle
Project Review – Another variation for project tracking
Project Summary – At the conclusion of your project, summarize everything and circle back to identify outcomes and learnings
Formal Board Meeting – Formal topics for the most common board of directors meeting topics and tasks
Simple Board Meeting – Simple template for non-profit, community and smaller board of director meetings
Startup Board Meeting – Very specific set of topics that startup boards commonly follow when planning a board meeting with investors and stakeholders
PTA Board Meeting – Great starting point for Parent-Teacher Association meetings
Committee Meeting – A common set of topics and content for committee meetings
Human Resources Meetings
New Employee Orientation – Review everything new hires should know. Attach supporting documentation and take notes or action items.
Benefits Overview – Dedicate a specific meeting to go over company benefits. Attach forms and supporting information.
Exit Interview – Cover off the key elements when people leave your organization.
No Agenda – Just want to take notes or assign tasks? No problem.
HOA Council Meeting – Use this handy template to organize your HOA meeting, capture meeting minutes and assign action items for later followup.
Standard Order of Business – This is the classic set of topics as described by “Roberts Rules”.
Cross Functional Weekly Update – Meeting across teams? Use this template to facilitate discussion and content capture.
Strategic Planning Meeting – It can be super handy to have structure and a centralized workspace for your next strategy meeting. Collect thoughts, attachments and tasks for later distribution.
Something missing? Let us know and we’ll add it.