Apps for scheduling
These five favorite meeting-oriented apps are a Swiss Army knife for planning, coordinating, executing, and following up on meetings. They offer easy access to contacts, emails, notes and more.
Schedule your meeting: Doodle (free)
One of the easiest scheduling apps is Doodle (iOS/ Android), which lets you collectively poll your participants to find out which meting times work best for them. The meeting organizer sends out an email, iMessage, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp or SMS with several options, and everyone casts one or more votes for the best time or date. The organizer uses that information to finalize a time for the meeting and sends out a confirmation message. Invitees who don't have Doodle can easily use the web app.
Give your presentation: Keynote (free)
Keynote, (iOS) Apple's answer to PowerPoint, is a robust presentation app that lets you import presentations from your computer or create them directly on your device. You can present on an external display or projector or stream wirelessly via AirPlay and Apple TV. Use Keynote Live to present a slideshow that audiences can see from any Apple device and iCloud.com.
Meet online: RingCentral Meetings (Free)
Hosts and attendees can present documents from Box and Dropbox. The app works over Wi-Fi, 4G/LTE and 3G networks. Any invited participant can download the app to join the meeting. The Enterprise edition allows 75 participants, the Premium edition allows 50 participants and the standard edition allows four participants. Screen sharing requires Android 5 and later.
Keep Notes: Minute (Free)
The basic app is free, but for $2.49 per user, per month (paid annually), you get added functionality such as subagenda items and linking documents to specific items. A Premium subscription for $7.49 per user, per month (annual billing) features private notes and a tasks overview. The first month is a free premium trial period for all users.
Dial in: MeetingMogul
It also facilities collaborative note-sharing and Salesforce and NetSuite calendar integration. Additional features include "one-touch" conference calling, a dialing wizard, notifications, reach-out features, calling card integration, voice notes and data security.