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Transparency report in Remeet

April 18, 2021

One of the major benefits of Remeet is that it can help support meeting transparency, leading to a more inclusive and cohesive experience for all. Here are a few ways in which Remeet accomplishes this:

  1. First and foremost, meets are transparent by default. Everyone on a team can access meets.
  2. Meets are also recorded by default. Recordings are automatically posted to regularly utilized spaces, for example, to the relevant Slack channel.
  3. Remeet encourages regular and thorough note taking during meetings via optimized UI, as well as timely note-taking reminders, and automatic note-keeper assigns. Notes in transparent meets are easily accessible by anyone.
  4. Remeet eliminates a role of meeting organizer: with Remeet anyone can schedule a meet with anyone else regardless of job title or organizational status.

Even though meets are transparent by default, you can change the meet privacy when creating a meet. In addition to transparent you can pick from:

  • Private, where only team members who were explicitly added to this meet or are members of associated private groups/channels can access or join this meet.
  • Sensitive, which behaves like a private meet, but the meetings are not recorded.
  • End-to-end encrypted, which is like a sensitive meet, but is also peer-to-peer for even more privacy.

Picking privacy when scheduling a meet in Remeet

Transparency report

To encourage more transparent and inclusive meetings, we added a transparency report:

Transparency report sample in Reemet

This report shows:

  • A breakdown of all meets by privacy and specifically a proportion between transparent and non-transparent meets.
  • A breakdown by users. You can see who tends to schedule more transparent vs non-transparent meets.
  • Privacy change over time, so you can track how transparency improves over time.

You can generate the report by clicking on your user avatar and then Reports -> Transparency:

Report menu

We hope that this report will be a useful addition to other Remeet reports:


Written by Anton Dosov
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