Ketchup is a web-based application with the goal of doing one thing, and doing it well. Whether you’re planning a meeting, attending a meeting, or recapping what happened while you were nodding off in the middle of a meeting, Ketchup is a centralized hub that can help the rest of your team stay organized and up-to-date about anything that went on at a group event.
Get started with Ketchup in the same way you’d get started planning a meeting with coworkers or clients—by choosing a time and a place for the event. Enter the names of all the attendees expected to join you, and get to work creating an online agenda. To share the agenda with attendees and keep everyone in the loop, simply mark the meeting as public and get an easily-shareable URL address. During the meeting itself, you can take notes within the Ketchup system—not only is all the information you type instantly saved, but it can be easily distributed to attendees once the meeting is over with a simple URL.
If you’re the type who frequently forgets what was said at a meeting, then Ketchup’s archiving system will most likely come into use, since it automatically keeps all your agendas and notes filed away and organized. And for people who have more meetings scheduled than they can keep straight in their head, Ketchup’s intuitive scheduling system—which lists upcoming meetings in one area and today’s meetings in another—eliminates the chances of forgetting an important event. Anyone who creates agendas or schedules meetings on a regular basis could definitely benefit from using Ketchup.
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