Meetric was specifically designed for new users to get started straight away, without any onboarding requirements (short of having a Google account --- Microsoft support coming soon). In fact, you can be the only person in your team or organisation using Meetric, although it's power is multiplied if they do join you!

To try Meetric in your next meeting, just follow these simple steps:

  1. Go to

  2. Sign-up / sign-in with your work Google account. Pick the account you use for the majority of your meetings. Microsoft support coming soon!

  3. Select the meeting you want to take notes for, from your meeting list, or simply click the Meetric logo at any time to go to the active or next meeting. (Pro-tip: you can also do this by going to

  4. Take your notes as you normally would, but make sure to check out the actions feature. Simply hit the checkbox icon in the formatting bar, to create an action. Tag an owner and select a due date by clicking on the little icons beside the checkbox as you type. Pro-tip: don't even break stride -- try our keyboard shortcuts: type '[] ' (open bracket, close bracket) to create an action, '@' to select an owner, and 'by ' to select a date (see below gif).

  5. Tagging an owner won't automatically notify them (you can do that below), but we will send them an action reminder email before an incomplete task is due. If you'd prefer to turn it off, simply click the bell icon next to the date of the actions you want to quieten (see below gif).

  6. To share notes at any time -- an agenda before the meeting, or a recap after it -- simply click the Send button and choose from the guests to send to (or add others), to send each a personalised email, including a link for them to access the page.

  7. Track meeting actions in the Actions page -- both your own and others.

Creating an action in Meetric with keyboard shortcuts

And that's it! As you continue to use Meetric, you'll discover other great features, like Related notes from past meetings, which are automatically shown below your active meeting notes, and search for finding past notes in seconds.

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