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:
- First and foremost, meets are transparent by default. Everyone on a team can access meets.
- Meets are also recorded by default. Recordings are automatically posted to regularly utilized spaces, for example, to the relevant Slack channel.
- 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.
- 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.
To encourage more transparent and inclusive meetings, we added a transparency report:
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:
We hope that this report will be a useful addition to other Remeet reports:
Written by Anton Dosov
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