Meeting Town Use Cases

Meeting Town can help drive employee engagement and culture

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Here are some of our favorites, click here if you need help setting up your discussions!
Use Case 1
A private meeting with specific individuals

Example

An invite only weekly Q&A meeting with your immediate team.

Some sensitive topics may be discussed, so privacy is important.

Key Needs

Security

Only allow specific individuals to view & submit questions.

Focus

Questions & upvotes remain static once meeting starts. No distractions!

We Suggest Setting Up Meeting Town As Follows

Workspace settings
Restrict Access By Email Domain
- Yes or No is ok
Event settings
-Engagement > Who can access this event?

-Set to Invitees only

Properties > Lock event at start
-Set to Yes

Moderation is ON or OFF
Additional tips
Post meeting, review comments and unanswered questions to seed next week's meeting.
Use Case 2
An open informal discussion within an organization.

Example

Monthly company culture committee meeting with ongoing Q&A, open to anyone in the company.

Questions and upvoting are welcome anytime, before and throughout the discussion.

Key Needs

Security

Allow anyone within the company to join and view /  submit questions (ie - must authenticate with corporate email domain).

Open-ness

Accept questions & upvotes throughout the meeting.

We Suggest Setting Up Meeting Town As Follows

Workspace settings
Restrict Access By Email Domain
- set to Yes
Event settings
Engagement > Who can access this event?

- set to Anyone in this workspace

Properties > Lock event at start
- set to No

Moderation OFF
Additional tips
Post meeting, review participant NPS and comments to measure committee effectiveness and improve future discussions.
Use Case 3
A public forum open to an undefined audience.

Example

Quarterly customer roundtable, open to a set of users across your customer base.

High volume of Q&A expected, within a limited time period.

Key Needs

Ease of Entry

No authentication required.

Control

Ability to moderate and curate the questions discussed.

We Suggest Setting Up Meeting Town As Follows

Workspace settings
Restrict Access By Email Domain
- set to No
Event settings
-Engagement > Who can access this event?

-Set to Anyone

Properties > Lock event at start
-Set to Yes or No

Moderation is ON
Additional tips
During meeting:
- within Public View, utilize Bump to top function to move a critical question to top of the list
- or Turn on highlight to spotlight a particular question
- mark important but complex questions to Answer Later, to ensure response are sent to participants offline